- 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 conflicts only....