1 the geneva conventions and the normative tenor of international relations 1 the geneva conventions and the normative tenor of international relations the geneva conventions have come under assault in recent years critics depict them as outmoded treaties incompatible with twenty first century . This is the first scholarly yet accessible work to consider the meanings of outrages such as the normalisation of torture as well as the worrying new normative technical and tactical developments that challenge the purpose and standing of the geneva conventions. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. The book the geneva conventions under assault edited by sarah perrigo and jim whitman is published by pluto press. The first geneva convention was adopted in 1864 the four geneva conventions in force today were adopted in 1949 and each convention is designed to provide protection for a category of protected persons who do not the genevaconventions under assault london
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