Commentary on the Additional Protocols of 8th June,1977,To by Yves SANDOZ, Christophe SWINARSKI, Bruno ZIMMERMANN


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29. R. IX, pp. 67, paras. 45-47 and 49; pp. 69, paras. 24-25; p. 76, para. 1; pp. 475­ 476, paras. 11-15; p. 77, Annex (Cyprus). R. X, pp. 3-4, CDDH/48/Rev. 1, paras. E and 6; p. , Annex (Philippines); p. 1, Annex (Philippines); p. 1, Annex (Preamble); pp. 1, paras. 4, 6 and 11-12; pp. 206-207, paras. 166-171; pp. ) Annex III, paras. 1-3; p. 248, paras. 33-36; p. 294, Annex IV (Preamble). R. XIV, pp. 17, paras. 25-26. 24 Protocol I - Preamble Other references CE 1971, Report, p. 24, para. 44; p.

As regards Protocol II, relating to non-international armed conflicts, this was adopted by consensus and represents considerable progress, despite its rather restricted field of application. At the close of the Diplomatic Conference of 1974-1977, the ICRC made a point of once more expressing its profound gratitude to all those who, either in public or in private, had encouraged it in its determination, had given it their trust and had helped it to carry out a task which required many years of work.

1 (para. 2),10,11,75 (para. 1). Protocol I - Preamble 27 Second paragraph 22 This point was added by the Conference, establishing a logical connection between the preceding and the following paragraphs. In the words of one of the co-sponsors, it correctly underlined the point that in our time the maintenance of peace should not simply be the wish of the contracting Parties - it is actually a peremptory norm of international law (jus cogens). 14 23 In this respect the question was raised whether the reference to the Charter of the United Nations was necessary and sufficient for the second and fourth paragraphs of the Preamble, as not all the nations of the world are Members of the United Nations.

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