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De la Seconde Guerre mondiale à la Conférence diplomatique de 1949

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 April 2010

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Jean Pictet, a former Vice-President of the ICRC, is one of the chief architects of modern international humanitarian law. In an article entitled “The formation of international humanitarian law” and published (in English) in the Review (No. 244, January-February 1985, pp. 3–24), Pictet analysed the ideas and forces which led to the successful negotiation and adoption of the four Geneva Conventions of 1949.

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1 Pictet, Jean, «La formation du droit international humanitaire», RICR, no 751, janvier-février 1985, pp. 323, notamment pp. 5–11.Google Scholar

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