LOIACLaw of International Armed Conflict
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LOIAC takes a middle road, allowing belligerent states much leeway and yet circumscribing their freedom of action in the name of humanitarianism.
As mentioned earlier, international humanitarian law and LOIAC contain norms protecting human rights, but many of the rights established by LOIAC are granted exclusively to states and not to individuals.
LOIAC constitutes a branch of International Law and it is binding on all belligerent states.