Are the norms of international law a universal instrument regulating the issues of peace and war?

International law (the law of war, the law of armed conflicts) is a set of international legal norms and principles governing the protection of victims of war, as well as limiting the methods and means of waging war. The international law of armed conflicts is codified in the Hague Conventions, the 1949 Geneva Conventions for the Protection of War Victims and the 1977 Additional Protocols thereto, the resolutions of the UN General Assembly and other documents.

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