Protracted armed conflicts, invisible civilian Suffering and international law (II)
Alvarez-Jimenez, A. (2018). Protracted armed conflicts, invisible civilian Suffering and international law (II). Waikato Law Review, 26, 76–95.
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The United Nations Security Council receives communications from Israel and Palestine almost weekly, telling the story of their civilians’ indescribable affliction. Fifty were sent from August 2013 to July 2014 – the 65th and 66th years of the conflict.¹ In one letter after another, both states expressed not a single word of concern for the other’s civilians.
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