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By Peter M.R. Stirk

Case experiences contain: Occupier/Occupied: usa and the Mexican Territory (1846 to 1848); accomplice states through the Civil conflict; Germany and France from 1870 to 1871; Egypt from 1882 to 1954; Cuba on the finish of the 19th century; Haiti and the Philippines within the 20th century; Rhineland after international battle I; Italy, Germany, France, Poland, Norway, the Netherlands, and North Africa in the course of international conflict II; South Korea; Iraq at either the tip of the 20th century and the start of the twenty-first; and Israel, the West financial institution, and Gaza. (6/1/10)

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44 It is, however, the restrictive element of the clause, ‘while respecting, unless absolutely prevented, the laws in force in the country’, that has attracted the most attention because of the repeated and manifest violation of this restriction in occupations driven by ideological considerations or occupations which have been prolonged. 45 In fact, the earlier constraint was not necessarily as rigid as is supposed. Thus, Johann C. 46 Citing the wars of the French Revolution, the American Civil War and the Russo-Turkish war of 1877–8, he showed no objection to such cases.

686. Andreas Osiander, The States System of Europe, 1640–1990 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994), p. 50. Thomas Baty, ‘The relations of invaders to insurgents’, Yale Law Journal, 36 (1927), pp. 966–72. Irénée Lameire, Théorie et Practique de la Conquête dans l’Ancien Droit (Paris: Rousseau, 1902). Quoted in John Herz, Political Realism and Political Idealism (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1951), p. 81. Michael Rapport, ‘Belgium under French occupation’, French History, 16 (2002), pp. 63–7.

It reveals an undeniable shift in emphasis embodied in the Fourth Geneva Convention. It simultaneously reveals and distracts attention from the understanding of military occupation as a form of government, albeit of a peculiar kind. The following chapters are devoted to an attempt to clarify the nature of that form of government. Notes 1. As recognised by Carl Schmitt, The Nomos of the Earth (New York, NY: Telos, 2003), p. 209. 2. ’, British Yearbook of International Law, 55 (1984), p. 249. 3. Correspondence Respecting the Brussels Conference on the Rules of Military Warfare (London: House of Commons, 1875), p.

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