IRRC No. 870

Some considerations on command responsibility and criminal liability

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Under international humanitarian law, commanders have been entrusted with the task of ensuring respect for that body of law by their subordinates. The following article reviews some of the issues arising from the application and development of this form of responsibility, from both a practical and legal perspective.

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