|1) Several nations in the USSOUTHCOM AOR are leading the way on military human rights reform. They are making important advances in | | [objective13] [pic] | | | | | | | | | |[pic]using international organizations to take responsibility away from domestic judicial authorities. | | | | | |[pic]reliance on peacekeepers and other international security forces. | | | | | |[pic]allowing international observers to make recommendations on rooting out police corruption. | | | | | |[pic]implementing new operational rules for safeguarding civilian security. | | | |[pic] | | | |[pic] | |2) When does human rights law require a nation to guarantee the fundamental human rights of its citizens? [objective1] [pic] | | |
| |[pic]During peacetime and during internal armed conflicts that do not involve declared war. |
| |[pic]Only in peacetime, as the law of armed conflict is what protects citizens during war. |
| |[pic]During both peacetime and war, including internal armed conflict. |
|[pic] |3) Which of the following best describes human rights in relation to the law of war? [objective5] [pic] |
| |[pic]Human rights law is that part of international law that regulates the conduct of armed hostilities and is also known as Law of| | |Armed Conflict (LOAC). |
| |[pic]Human rights...