Ihl treaty law also establishes a distinction between non international armed conflicts in the meaning of common article 3 of the geneva conventions of 1949 and non international armed conflicts falling within the definition provided in art 1 of additional protocol ii. Under article 3 common to the geneva conventions of 12 august 1949 non international armed conflicts are armed conflicts in which one or more non state armed groups are involved depending on the situation hostilities may occur between governmental armed forces and non state armed groups or between such groups only as the four geneva conventions have universally been ratified now the . From a humanitarian point of view the victims of non international armed conflicts should be protected by the same rules as the victims of international armed conflicts. The law of non international armed conflict brings together and critically analyses the disparate conventional customary and soft law relating to non international armed conflict all the relevant bodies of international law are considered including international humanitarian law international criminal law and international human rights law. About while international humanitarian law ihl was initially drafted and is still most detailed for international armed conflicts iacs most armed conflicts are today of a non international character niacs
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