Chapter 5 The Hague Law

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Chapter 5 The Hague Law by Mind Map: Chapter 5 The Hague Law

1. 5.8 Wrap-up interview

1.1. 5.8.1 Interview with Lieutenant-Colonel Chris De Cock

1.1.1. Interview Chris De Cock

2. 5.7 Specific methods of warfare

2.1. 5.7.1 Introduction

2.2. 5.7.2 Perfidy

2.2.1. Perfidy and other acts of deception of the enemy

2.2.2. MCQ

2.3. 5.7.3 Denial of quarter

2.3.1. Explanation

2.3.1.1. Art. 40 of API

2.3.2. T/F

2.4. 5.7.4 Starvation

2.4.1. Explanation

2.4.1.1. Aleppo evacuation in Syria (Deutsche Welle)

2.4.1.2. Art. 49 of API

2.4.1.3. San Remo Manual on sea warfare

2.4.1.4. Art. 12 of the Manual

2.4.1.5. Israeli raid on aid ship (The Telegraph)

2.4.1.6. Report of a fact-finding mission

2.4.2. MCQ

2.4.3. General observations on humanitarian relief

2.4.4. MCQ

2.4.5. ICRC seeks permission to work in IS territory (Yahoo News)

2.4.6. Discussion "Humanitarian relief and the consent of armed groups"

2.4.6.1. Excerpt of a paper on the ICRC right of initiative

3. 5.6 Means and methods of warfare

3.1. 5.6.1 Introduction

3.1.1. Explanation

3.2. 5.6.2 Specific prohibitions, or regulation, of weapons

3.2.1. Extract from “Armed Conflicts and the Law” (2016)

3.2.2. Napalm strikes (YouTube)

3.2.3. T/F

3.3. 5.6.3 The general prohibition of weapons causing superfluous injury or unnecessary suffering

3.3.1. Explanation

3.3.1.1. Art. 35, 2) of API

3.3.1.2. 1868 St Petersburg Declaration

3.3.1.3. 1899 Hague Convention

3.3.1.4. 1907 Hague Convention

3.3.1.5. 1980 CCCW

3.3.1.6. 1997 Ottawa Convention

3.3.2. The principle of superfluous injury or unnecessary suffering

3.3.3. MCQ

3.3.4. The SIrUS project (ICRC audiovisual archives)

3.4. 5.6.4 The general prohibition of weapons which have an indiscriminate effect

3.4.1. Explanation

3.4.1.1. Art. 51, 4) of API

3.4.2. MCQ

3.5. 5.6.5 The autonomous value of the general prohibitions

3.5.1. Are the general principles on weapons autonomous or only guiding principles?

3.5.2. Explanation

3.5.2.1. Art. 36 of API

3.5.2.2. ICRC document on how to operationalize that obligation

3.5.3. MCQ

3.6. 5.6.6 Nuclear Weapons

3.6.1. Devastating effects of nuclear weapons (YouTube)

3.6.2. New smart nuclear weapons (YouTube)

3.6.3. Discussion "Your legal analysis on nuclear weapons"

3.6.3.1. ICJ Advisory Opinion in the Nuclear case

3.7. 5.6.7 New technologies in weaponry

3.7.1. New technologies

3.7.2. MCQ

4. 5.5 The precautionary principle

4.1. 5.5.1 Introduction

4.1.1. Explanation

4.1.2. MCQ

4.2. 5.5.2 Precautions in attack

4.2.1. Explanation

4.2.1.1. Art. 57, §2, a

4.2.2. Three obligations of precaution on those who plan or decide upon attacks

4.2.3. Raytheon Pike 40 mm new weapon (YouTube)

4.2.4. MCQ

4.2.5. General precautionary obligations

4.2.6. Oil trucks destroyed by US airplanes (YouTube)

4.2.7. Explanation

4.2.7.1. Colonel Steve Warren's press briefing

4.2.8. MCQ

4.3. 5.5.3 Precautions against the effects of attacks

4.3.1. Explanation

4.3.1.1. Art. 58 of API

4.3.1.2. ICRC study on customary IHL

4.3.2. Three obligations of precautions against the effects of attacks

4.3.3. Explanation

4.3.3.1. Art. 51,7 / 23,1 / 28 / 4

4.3.4. Beirut under siege in 1982 (YouTube)

4.3.5. MCQ

5. 5.4 Civilian Objects

5.1. 5.4.1 Introduction

5.2. 5.4.2 The definition of military objective

5.2.1. Explanation

5.2.1.1. Draft rules

5.2.1.2. Art. 52

5.2.2. Definition of military objective

5.2.3. MCQ

5.2.4. Targeting of an oil refinery (YouTube)

5.2.5. MCQ

5.2.6. Explanation

5.3. 5.4.3 Civilian objects that benefit from a particular protection

5.3.1. Explanation

5.4. 5.4.4 Cultural objects

5.4.1. Explanation

5.4.1.1. Art. 27

5.4.1.2. 1954 Convention

5.4.1.3. 1st additional protocol

5.4.1.4. 2nd additional protocol

5.4.2. Protection of cultural objects under the general protection regime

5.4.3. MCQ

5.4.4. Explanation

5.4.5. MCQ

5.5. 5.4.5 Objects that are indispensible to the survival of the civilian population

5.5.1. Explanation

5.5.1.1. Art. 54

5.5.1.2. Art. 14

5.5.2. Protection of objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population

5.5.3. T/F

5.6. 5.4.6 The natural environment

5.6.1. Explanation

5.6.1.1. Art. 35, 3

5.6.1.2. Art. 55

5.6.1.3. ICRC commentary

5.6.2. Protection of the environment under API

5.6.3. Explanation

5.6.3.1. Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

5.6.4. MCQ

5.6.5. Explanation

5.6.5.1. ENMOD Convention

5.6.5.2. Understandings attached to the Convention

5.6.5.3. Art. 35,3

5.6.5.4. Art. 55

5.6.6. Comparison between regimes under API and the ENMOD Convention

5.6.7. MCQ

5.6.8. Oil fields burning in Kuwait (YouTube)

5.6.9. Discussion "Setting fire to oil wells"

5.6.10. Legal analysis by Y. Dinstein

5.7. 5.4.7 Works containing dangerous forces

5.7.1. Explanation

5.7.1.1. Art. 15 APII

5.7.1.2. Art. 56 API

5.7.2. Protection of works and installations containing dangerous forces

5.7.3. MCQ

6. 5.3 Civilians

6.1. 5.3.1 Introduction

6.1.1. Explanation

6.1.1.1. Interpretive Guidance on the Notion of Direct Participation in Hostilities under IHL

6.1.2. MCQ

6.2. 5.3.2 Civilians who are not protected against attacks

6.2.1. Explanation

6.2.1.1. Commentary of 1987

6.2.1.2. Third Report on the situation in Colombia

6.2.1.3. Targeted Killings case

6.2.2. The 3 criteria for direct participation in hostilities

6.2.3. Excerpt of the ICRC Interpretive Guidance on the Notion of Direct Participation in Hostilities under IHL

6.2.3.1. Full document

6.2.4. MCQ

6.2.5. The temporal dimension of direct participation

6.2.6. MCQ

6.3. 5.3.3 Civilians versus armed forces in NIACs

6.3.1. Explanation

6.3.1.1. Common art. 3 to the GC

6.3.1.2. AP II

6.3.2. The 2 main approaches to membership of non-state armed forces

6.3.3. MCQ

6.3.4. Explanation

6.3.5. Combining the two main approaches?

6.3.6. MCQ

6.4. 5.3.4 Civilians versus armed forces in IACs

6.4.1. Explanation

6.4.1.1. Art. 4 A (1), (2), (3), (4), (5) and (6)

6.4.1.2. Art. 50

6.4.1.3. Art. 43 of API

6.4.2. The role of the condition of distinction in defining state armed forces

6.4.3. MCQ

6.4.4. Explanation

6.4.5. Membership of state armed forces

6.4.6. T/F

6.4.7. Explanation

6.5. 5.3.5 Members of armed forces protected against attack

6.5.1. Explanation

6.5.2. Persons "hors de combat"

6.5.3. Extract short film

6.5.4. T/F

6.5.5. MCQ

6.5.6. Explanation

6.5.6.1. Arts 19 GCI; 22 GCII; 18 GCIV; 12 API and 11 APII

6.5.7. T/F

7. 5.2 The prohibition against attacks on civilians and civilian objects

7.1. 5.2.1 The principle of distinction and protection against attacks

7.1.1. Explanation

7.1.2. T/F

7.2. 5.2.2 Direct attacks

7.2.1. Explanation

7.2.1.1. Art. 51

7.2.1.2. Art. 13

7.3. 5.2.3 Indiscriminate attacks

7.3.1. Explanation

7.3.1.1. Art. 51

7.3.1.2. Martic case

7.3.2. MCQ

7.4. 5.2.4 Disproportionate attacks

7.4.1. The principle of proportionality

7.4.2. MCQ

7.4.3. Extract of the Good Kill movie (YouTube)

7.4.4. Discussion "Proportionate attack under IHL?"

7.4.5. Explanation

7.4.6. MCQ

7.5. 5.2.5 Terrorist attacks

7.5.1. Explanation

7.5.1.1. Art. 51

7.5.1.2. Art. 13

7.5.1.3. Galic case

7.5.1.4. Martic case

7.5.2. T/F

7.6. 5.2.6 Reprisals

7.6.1. The law of reprisals

8. 5.1 Introduction

8.1. 5.1.1 Introduction

8.1.1. Introduction

8.1.2. General overview of the chapter and general considerations

8.1.3. MCQ

8.1.4. T/F

8.2. 5.1.2 Mindmap Chapter 5