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Leslie C. Green

. Whether the Hague and Geneva Conventions are regarded as codificatory of customary or creative of new law, they are not and do not purport to be exhaustive. Moreover, to the extent that a particular treaty does not reproduce or clearly contradict what was formerly accepted as a rule of customary law, that law continues to exist and must be obeyed. This rule is to be found in the Preamble to the

in The contemporary law of armed conflict