Thevarvarincase: Excerpts of the judgment of the civil court of bonn of 10 December 2003, case no. 1 O 361/02

Journal of Military Ethics 3 (2):178-180 (2004)
The basic problem affecting humanitarian law today remains that of its implementation. As of now, requests made by individuals before national courts to assess the compatibility of certain acts with international humanitarian law failed. The present case study and commentaries focus on the decision of a German civil court sitting Bonn to deny the victims of a NATO air raid the right to sue Germany and claim compensation for alleged violations of international humanitarian law
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DOI 10.1080/15027570410006101
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