Landmine Monitor Report 2001: Toward a Mine-free World

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Human Rights Watch, 2001 - 1175 pages
 

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Table des matières

I
1
III
26
IV
36
V
46
VI
56
VIII
58
IX
60
X
62
CXXVI
574
CXXVIII
576
CXXIX
581
CXXX
582
CXXXII
592
CXXXIII
593
CXXXIV
595
CXXXV
602

XI
67
XII
70
XIII
71
XIV
74
XV
75
XVII
76
XVIII
78
XIX
83
XX
85
XXI
86
XXII
90
XXIII
91
XXIV
94
XXV
97
XXVI
105
XXVII
108
XXVIII
120
XXIX
131
XXX
132
XXXI
137
XXXII
143
XXXIII
144
XXXIV
146
XXXV
152
XXXVI
155
XXXVII
158
XXXVIII
160
XXXIX
170
XL
176
XLI
183
XLII
197
XLIII
205
XLIV
207
XLV
219
XLVI
220
XLVII
221
XLVIII
234
XLIX
235
LI
246
LII
254
LIII
257
LIV
264
LV
271
LVIII
275
LXI
276
LXII
280
LXIII
284
LXIV
305
LXV
322
LXVI
326
LXVII
327
LXIX
334
LXX
342
LXXI
343
LXXII
348
LXXIII
353
LXXV
354
LXXVI
371
LXXVII
373
LXXVIII
374
LXXIX
385
LXXXI
386
LXXXIII
388
LXXXIV
391
LXXXV
403
LXXXVI
404
LXXXIX
405
XC
408
XCI
423
XCII
424
XCIV
431
XCV
436
XCVI
454
XCVIII
463
C
466
CI
467
CIII
471
CV
477
CVIII
492
CX
493
CXI
495
CXIII
497
CXIV
517
CXV
518
CXVI
526
CXVII
534
CXVIII
539
CXIX
542
CXX
549
CXXI
557
CXXIII
561
CXXIV
565
CXXV
573
CXXXVI
603
CXXXVII
610
CXXXVIII
622
CXXXIX
650
CXL
654
CXLI
675
CXLII
680
CXLIII
686
CXLIV
694
CXLV
712
CXLVII
716
CXLVIII
717
CXLIX
718
CL
729
CLI
730
CLII
732
CLIII
739
CLV
743
CLVI
744
CLVII
749
CLVIII
761
CLIX
767
CLX
770
CLXII
774
CLXIII
784
CLXIV
789
CLXV
798
CLXVI
806
CLXVII
813
CLXIX
824
CLXX
828
CLXXI
831
CLXXII
833
CLXXIII
839
CLXXIV
849
CLXXV
855
CLXXVI
860
CLXXVII
870
CLXXVIII
872
CLXXIX
876
CLXXX
884
CLXXXI
886
CLXXXII
891
CLXXXIII
893
CLXXXIV
909
CLXXXV
915
CLXXXVI
921
CLXXXVII
929
CLXXXVIII
933
CLXXXIX
948
CXC
972
CXCI
978
CXCIII
982
CXCIV
983
CXCV
986
CXCVI
996
CXCVII
999
CXCIX
1004
CC
1007
CCI
1009
CCII
1015
CCIII
1018
CCIV
1031
CCV
1033
CCVI
1037
CCVII
1039
CCVIII
1040
CCIX
1044
CCX
1046
CCXI
1048
CCXII
1053
CCXIII
1058
CCXIV
1066
CCXV
1074
CCXVI
1076
CCXVII
1079
CCXVIII
1081
CCXIX
1085
CCXX
1088
CCXXI
1089
CCXXII
1092
CCXXIII
1096
CCXXIV
1101
CCXXV
1116
CCXXVI
1120
CCXXVII
1128
CCXXVIII
1131
CCXXIX
1137
CCXXX
1149
CCXXXI
1157
CCXXXII
1160
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Page 180 - A State is obliged to refrain from acts which would defeat the object and purpose of a treaty when: a.
Page 2008 - Mines designed to be detonated by the presence, proximity or contact of a vehicle as opposed to a person, that are equipped with anti-handling devices, are not considered antipersonnel mines as a result of being so equipped. 2. "Mine...
Page 215 - To assist, encourage or induce, in any way, anyone to engage in any activity prohibited to a State Party under this Convention.
Page 2009 - Anti-handling device' means a device intended to protect a mine and which is part of, linked to, attached to or placed under the mine and which activates when an attempt is made to tamper with the mine. 15. 'Transfer...
Page 303 - To this end, the study is sponsored jointly by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict (OASD/SO/LIC) and the Office of the Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs (DOS/R).
Page 59 - United Nations, Report of the Panel of Experts Appointed Pursuant to Security Council Resolution 1306 (2000), Paragraph 19, in Relation to Sierra Leone...
Page 93 - Unless otherwise provided by this Constitution or Act of Parliament, the general rules of public international law and international agreements binding upon Namibia under this Constitution shall form part of the law of Namibia.
Page 244 - Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
Page 16 - Each State Party in a position to do so shall provide assistance for the care and rehabilitation, and social and economic reintegration, of mine victims and for mine awareness programs.
Page 94 - Transfer" involves, in addition to the physical movement of anti-personnel mines into or from national territory, the transfer of title to and control over the mines, but does not involve the transfer of territory containing emplaced antipersonnel mines. 5. "Mined area" means an area which is dangerous due to the presence or suspected presence of mines.

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