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1966 International Convention on Civil & Political Rights, ICCPR Volume 999 I 14668 English 1966ICCPR, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, United Nations, UN, Effective Remedy, Public Emergency, Derogation, Right to Life, Genocide, Slavery, Servitude, Forced Labor, Compulsory Labor, Torture, Cruel Unusual Degrading Punishment, Cruel Unusual Degrading Treatment, Pardon, Right to Liberty, Security of Person, Arrest, Deprivation of Liberty, Humanity, Dignity, Penitentiary, Contractual Obligation, Equal Treatment, Courts, Tribunals, Criminal Charge, Legal Assistance, Ex Post Facto, Legality, Freedom of Thought, Freedom of Conscience, Freedom of Religion, Parents, Opinion, Propaganda of War, National Security, Public Order, Discrimination, Freedom of Assembly, Family, Child, Nationality, Committee

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2006 Decaux Principles, Draft Principles Governing the Administration of Justice Through Military Tribunals 2006United Nations, UN, Human Rights, Justice, Military Tribunals, Military Justice, Independence, Impartiality, Decaux Principles, ICCPR, International Convention on Civil and Political Rights, International Law, Martial Law, Humanitarian Law, Geneva Conventions, Prisoners of War, POWs, Jurisdiction, Civlians, Conscientious Objection, Military Service, Minors, Children, Convention on the Rights of the Child, Military Courts, Combatants, Non-combatants, Human Rights Violations, Human Rights, Military Secrecy, Prison, Military Prison, Habeas Corpus, Independent Tribunal, Impartial Tribunal, Public Hearings, Fair Trial, Just Trial, Additional Protocol, Victims, Access, Recourse Procedures, Ordinary Courts, Responsibilitiy of Superior, Command Responsibility, Death Penalty, Capital Punishment, Codes of Military Justice,

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NIMJ Report on London Conference on Continuity and Change in Military Justice 1998Civilianization of Military Law, Civilian Review, Military Effectiveness, Reform, Military Society, Civilian Society, Disconnect, Sexual Assault, Sex and Gender Related Offenses, Unlawful Influence, Inspection, Search, United States, Canada, Great Britain, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Judicial Independence, Homosexual, European Convention on Human Rights, ECHR, Conscription, Volunteers, Sex Crimes, Rehabilitation, Administrative, Criminal, Humanitarian Operations, Peacekeeping Operations, Somalia, Role of Judge Advocates, United Nations, Balkans, Rules of Engagement, Command Influence