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close this bookCountry Report South Africa - ICRC Worldwide Consultation on the Rules of War (International Committee of the Red Cross , 1999, 70 p.)
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View the documentAbout the People on War Project
View the documentCountry context
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close this folderThe conflict over apartheid
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View the documentThe conflict over the racial state
View the documentAsymmetry of power and the evolving conflict
View the documentA far-reaching yet contained conflict
View the documentPolitical violence among black South Africans
close this folderExperiencing the conflict: horror and disruption
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View the documentHorror and hatefulness for blacks
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close this folderLimiting the scope of the conflict
View the documentProtecting civilians
View the documentLimits on behaviour in conflict
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close this folderCivilians and prisoners at risk
View the documentBlurring the lines between combatants and civilians
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close this folderBreakdown of limits
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View the documentBreakdown of limits among blacks
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close this folderGeneva Conventions and the rules of armed conflict
View the documentAwareness of the Geneva Conventions and rules of armed conflict
View the documentPunishment of violations of the rules
close this folderInternational and non-governmental institutions
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View the documentThe role of the ICRC/Red Cross
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View the documentLooking forward
View the documentAnnex 1: General methodology
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PEOPLE ON WAR

Report by Greenberg Research, Inc.

EVEN WARS HAVE LIMITS

INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS