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Selected aspects of civil popular protection under conflict confidential

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For centuries, the period of war and peace was an essential stage in the development of the international order. Armed violence has been and continues to be an instrument of solving both internal and external problems. The nightmare of two world wars was an attempt to eliminate armed conflicts from the reality of international relations and the development of the idea of humanity. Over the centuries, effective legal and institutional arrangements have been sought to ensure the protection of the civilian population, which has been the subject of deliberate or accidental attacks. The current standards of international humanitarian law of armed conflicts allow for a certain degree of humanization of armed conflicts. However, there are known cases where these norms are not respected or even deliberately violated. In addition, it is left to wish that those who violate the civil protection legislation are held accountable.
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570-575
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  • Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Siedlce, Poland
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