Prisoner-Of-War Status after September Eleven: Need for Amending the Laws of War in the Context of Transnational Armed Conflicts

Pritam Kumar Ghosh


It is a normal practice to confer Prisoner-Of-War (POW) status to all those who are captured by the enemy forces and satisfy all legal requirements specified for lawful combatants.


Prisoner-Of-War; September Eleven; Amending the Laws; Transnational Armed Conflicts

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