The law of non-international armed conflict is part of public international law. Accordingly, the sources of the law of non-international armed conflict are the same as those of general public international law. They comprise treaties, custom, and general principles, and as a subsidiary means for determining the law, judicial decisions and the writings of publicists.1 In addition to these well-accepted sources and subsidiary means of law-determination, a whole host of other materials also influences the behaviour of parties to non-international armed conflicts....
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