Geneva Convention Relative to the treatment of prisoners of war7

Geneva Convention Relative to the treatment of prisoners of war7

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Amanda Thomann 102-30 03-05-08 SRJ4 Geneva Convention Relative to the treatment of prisoners of war Pg 216 Okerstrom "Geneva Convention relative to the treatment of prisoners of war." Peace, War, and Terrorism 216-18. Pearson Education, 2006. 1. This article has no assumption; it is a review of six articles of the Geneva Convention. If there were to be any assumption, it would be that inhumane treatment of people is wrong. 2. This article was written by the international community which convened in Geneva. It was adopted by the Diplomatic Conference for the Establishment of International Conventions for the Protection of Victims of War. 3. The argument in this article is factual; it is a summarized version of some articles in the Geneva Conventions. 4. The problem in this article is the treatment of victims of war, 5. Article 12-after capture, a detainee can only be transferred to another party in the Convention, the power that accepts them must abide by the Convention, if the Convention is broken, then steps will be taken to make corrections or return the
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