- Geneva Conventions 1949 — Occupation — Belligerence — Weapons — Armed conflict — Reprisals — Necessity — Military assistance
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1 International law does not specifically define the term ‘enemy property’ nor the separate terms ‘enemy’ and ‘property’. The term ‘enemy’ ( Enemies and Enemy Subjects ) relates to armed conflicts ( Armed Conflict, International ; Armed Conflict, Non-International ). During an armed conflict, the term ‘enemy’ signifies the adversarial party. In conformity with its usage in instruments of international humanitarian law ( Humanitarian Law, International ), eg in conventions, declarations, or manuals, the term ‘enemy’ typically applies to international armed...