Can the 1954 Hague Convention Apply to Non-state Actors?: A Study of Iraq and Libya

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Description: If the Hague Convention binds only state parties, it would have provided no protection for Libya's cultural property against destruction by the rebel forces. Because the rebel group was not a party to the Hague Convention, it would have had no obligations to protect cultural property during the conflict. [...]the rebel forces in Libya were obliged to avoid destroying Libya's cultural property, even though the rebel group is not a formal party to the Hague Convention.
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