An attacker can commit grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions, but the defender — who is in the best position to protect civilians — faces no such liability. By Prof. Eric Talbot Jensen, Professor of Law at Brigham Young University Law School. The continuing urbanization of global populations has had a significant impact on the conduct of hostilities. Armed … Continue reading War in cities: Attackers have rules to follow. What about defenders?
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