Laws of War
By Australian Red Cross
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Why do wars have laws? Where did they come from and what do they mean for today’s armed conflicts? How do these laws affect humanitarian agencies, armed forces, prisoners and non-combatants? In this podcast, eminent academics and lawyers unpack the laws of war, drawing on examples from Syria to South Sudan, Ukraine to the United States.
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