La Corte Internacional de Justicia y las normas de derecho internacional humanitario en conflictos armados

Palabras clave: costumbre, Corte Internacional de Justicia, Derecho internacional humanitario, norma imperativa, tratados

Resumen

El artículo analiza la importancia socavada de la jurisprudencia de la Corte Internacional de Justicia (CIJ) para establecer la interpretación del derecho internacional humanitario (DIH) y su relación con el derecho internacional público. El artículo estudia cómo la CIJ ha elevado el DIH a derecho consuetudinario y lo ha declarado “intransgressible”, equiparándolo con el jus cogens y ha identificado obligaciones particulares para las partes en conflicto. El artículo estudia cómo la Corte ha aclarado las relaciones entre el DIH consuetudinario con el derecho de los tratados y ha declarado qué elementos del DIH constituyen los principios más básicos de humanidad, aplicables tanto si se trata de un conflicto armado internacional como de uno no internacional. Finalmente, el texto analiza cómo la Corte, ha desalentado separaciones contraproducentes entre la aplicación del DIH y el derecho internacional de los derechos humanos.

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Walter Arevalo-Ramírez, Universidad del Rosario, Bogotá D.C., Colombia

Maestría en Derecho de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Stetson. Diploma de Postgrado en Derecho Constitucional. Abogado/Ph.D. Graduado summa cum laude de la Universidad del Rosario. Profesor Titular de la Facultad de Jurisprudencia de la Universidad y Director de la Especialización en Derecho Internacional. Vicepresidente de la Academia Colombiana de Derecho Internacional.

 

 

Cómo citar
Arevalo-Ramírez, W. (2022). La Corte Internacional de Justicia y las normas de derecho internacional humanitario en conflictos armados . Revista Científica General José María Córdova, 20(38), 425-442. https://doi.org/10.21830/19006586.912

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2022-04-01
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