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INSERT SURNAME HERE1 Module four These rules were brought about so as to help bring sanity and to show a sense of respect to the human life and to treat it with the respect it deserves. Mainly, the aspect of it is based on two aspects, which are the first and second protocol. In the case of the first protocol, this basically deals with universal armed conflicts which may pose a great risk to the entire universe while the second protocol serves non-international conflicts such as civil wars ( Nance, 2014). Both aspects of it seem to bring about the fact that there is need to ensure that human life is protected and upheld in the status it deserves. For instance, looking at the entire subject from a completely different angle other than the political or whatever motives that might be behind any given war, it is the inferior civilians who suffer the most as the others who are in power enjoy a
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  • Spring '16
  • professor fassor
  • INSERT SURNAME HERE1, universal armed conflicts

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