By D Angelo+Fierenz-Via

ISBN-10: 2011460263

ISBN-13: 9782011460264

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30 30 32 33 36 41 44 46 47 48 49 1. O D. Stephens and A. Lewis, 2008. 2. M (Harvard), Captain, Royal Australian Navy. 3. B(Hons) (ANU), BA(Hons) (UNSW), Grad Dip Asian Studies (ANU), Lieutenant, Royal Australian Navy. The Authors would like to thank Lieutenant Colonel Paul Muggleton for his review of an earlier draft of this article. The views expressed in this article are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent those of any Governmental Body. Yearbook oflnternational Humanitarian Law Volume 9 - 2006 - pp.

Doswald-Beck, Customary International Humanitarian Law, Volume 1, Rules, (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press 2005) p. 8, citing the fact that no reservations have been entered to AP I, Art. 50, the absence of conflicting state practice from non-Parties, and the judgment of the ICTY in BlaskiC (ICTY Trial Chamber, 3 March 2000). Civilian contractors in armed conflict 31 its armed forces on condition it notifies other Parties that it has done so. Such agencies, not necessarily of a military tradition, may therefore derive combatant status through associative identification and incorporation with the armed forces of a state.

It has been argued above that the state may owe the right to life under the ECHR to members of its own armed forces where there has been no derogation notice and quite independently of international humanitarian law, although this is shown to be a theoretical liability only. A fixther consequence of the current position is that those who take up arms on behalf of a rebel group are owed no obligations of protection under international law by their 'superiors'. Should customary international law develop so as to impose obligations under international humanitarian law by a state towards its own armed forces in the circumstances discussed above this will apply also to those who control rebel groups in the same way as they may now be responsible for breaches of that law.

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