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The 4th Geneva Convention’s Drafting History as the origin of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and Duty to Prevent (D2P).

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Publications

Nissim Mevorah – the Soviet Drafter of the 4th Geneva Convention of 1949

Author(s): Gilad Ben-Nun
Published in: The GWZO Handbook on East-European Contributions to Modern International Law, 2020

The Soviet Impacts on the 4th Geneva Convention for Civilians of 1949

Author(s): Gilad Ben-Nun
Published in: The GWZO Handbook on East-European Contributions to Modern International Law, 2020

The Geneva Conventions: From Eurocentric – to Universal 1864-1977

Author(s): Gilad Ben-Nun
Published in: The GWZO Handbook on East-European Contributions to Modern International Law, 2020

History and International Law: An Intertwined Relationship

Author(s): Annalisa Ciampi (ed.)
Published in: 2020

The Fourth Geneva Convention or Civilians: The History of International Humanitarian Law

Author(s): Gilad Ben-Nun
Published in: 2019

How ‘Protection for All’ , as in the Geneva Conventions' Common Article 3 made its way into the 4th Geneva Convention for Civilians.

Author(s): Gilad Ben-Nun
Published in: International Review of the Red Cross, Issue 3 issues per year, 2019, ISSN 1816-3831