Commentary On The Second Geneva Convention
Convention (ii) For The Amelioration Of The Condition Of Wounded, Sick And Shipwrecked Members Of Armed Forces At Sea
An article-by-article commentary on the Second Geneva Convention based on the latest practice, case law, academic critique and ICRC experience.
|Titel:||Commentary On The Second Geneva Convention|
|auteur:||International Committee of the Red Cross (COR)/ Dormann, Knut (EDT)/ Lijnzaad, Liesbeth (EDT)/ Sassoli, Marco (EDT)|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Plaats van publicatie:||03|
|Afmetingen:||246 x 174 x 49|
Foreword; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Preamble; Part I. General Provisions: Article 1: Respect for the Convention; Article 2: Application of the Convention; Article 3: Conflicts not of an international character; Article 4: Field of application; Article 5: Application by neutral Powers;Article 6: Special agreements; Article 7: Non-renunciation of rights; Article 8: Protecting Powers; Article 9: Activities of the ICRC and other impartial humanitarian organizations; Article 10: Substitutes for Protecting Powers; Article 11: Conciliation procedure; Part II. Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked: Article 12: Protection and care of the wounded, sick and shipwrecked; Article 13: Protected persons; Article 14: Handing over of wounded, sick and shipwrecked to a belligerent; Article 15: Wounded, sick and shipwrecked taken on board a neutral warship or neutral military aircraft; Article 16: Status of the wounded, sick and shipwrecked who have fallen into enemy hands; Article 17: Wounded, sick and shipwrecked landed in a neutral port; Article 18: Search for casualties after an engagement; Article 19: Recording and forwarding of information; Article 20: Presriptions regarding the dead; Article 21: Appeals to neutral vessels; Part III. Hospital ships: Article 22: Notification and protection of military hospital ships; Article 23: Protection of medical establishments ashore; Article 24: Hospital ships utilized by relief societies and private persons of Parties to the conflict; Article 25: Hospital ships utilized by relief societies and private persons of neutral countries; Article 26: Tonnage of hospital ships; Article 27: Protection of coastal rescue craft and fixed coastal installations; Article 28: Protection of sick-bays; Article 29: Hospital ships in a port fallen into enemy hands; Article 30: Employment of hospital ships and coastal rescue craft; Article 31: Right of control and search of hospital ships and coastal rescue craft; Article 32: Stay of hospital ships and coastal rescue craft in a neutral port; Article 33: Converted merchant vessels; Article 34: Discontinuance of protection of hospital ships; Article 35: Conditions not depriving hospital ships of protection; Part IV. Personnel: Article 36: Protection of the personnel of hospital ships; Article 37: Protection of medical and religious personnel of other ships; Part V. Medical Transports; Article 38: Ships used for the conveyance of medical equipment; Article 39: Medical aircraft; Article 40: Flight over neutral countries. Landing of the wounded, sick and shipwrecked; Part VI. The distinctive Emblem: Article 41: Use of the emblem; Article 42: Identification of medical and religious personnel; Article 43: Marking of hospital ships and coastal rescue craft; Article 44: Limitation in the use of the distinctive signs; Article 45: Prevention of misuse of the distinctive signs; Part VII. Execution of the Convention: Article 46: Detailed execution. Unforeseen cases; Article 47: Prohibition of reprisals; Article 48: Dissemination of the Convention; Article 49: Translations. Implementing laws and regulations; Part VIII. Repression of Abuses and Infractions: Article 50: Penal sanctions; Article 51: Grave breaches; Article 52: Responsibilities of the Contracting Parties; Article 53: Enquiry procedure; Final provisions: Article 54: Languages; Article 55: Signature; Article 56: Ratification; Article 57: Coming into force; Article 58: Relation to the 1907 Hague Convention; Article 59: Accession; Article 60: Notification of accessions; Article 61: Immediate effect; Article 62: Denunciation; Article 63: Registration with the United Nations; Testimonium and signature clause; Sources; Index.
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