Human rights and humanitarian law obligations are analysed from the point of view of their applicability to the states involved to international organisations to the companies and their individual employees access to civil remedies of potential victims and criminal prosecution of private contractors as well as new policy issues such as the . War by contract human rights humanitarian law and private contractors oxford oxford university press 2011 pp 532 95 isbn 9780199604555 although the sub title of the book indicates that the authors are not going to deal with all the legal issues arising in the context of a privatization of warfare the book and not only the first chapter by eugenio cusumano on the policy . This book addresses this question through the lens of international human rights law and international humanitarian law it presents a systematic analysis of the way in which these two bodies of international law applicable in times of peace and in the event of armed conflict may be interpreted and implemented in a way so as to fill possible . War by contract human rights humanitarian law and private contractors edited by francesco francioni and natalino ronzitti provides a comprehensive analysis of the application of human rights and international humanitarian law to the work of private military and security companies. War by contract human rights humanitarian law and private contractors francesco francioni natalino ronzitti the growth in scope and importance of the private military and security industry in the past decade has challenged the role of the state as the main provider of defence and security functions at the
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