Humanitarian law is defined for Congreveopia's purposes, concisely, as law pertaining to limiting the unnecessary damages caused by armed conflict. As the UN and the conventions governing real world humanitarian law do not exist on NationStates, they are covered IC by a Congreveopian resolution called the Statement Of Humanitarian Regulation. This resolution encompasses the Hague Convention, the Geneva Convention and the Protocol Additionals, and other sources of modern real-world humanitarian law.
Application of Humanitarian Law
Congreveopia endeavors to abide by the regulations of SOHR in all actions, and will attempt to hold itself accountable where it fails.
Moreover, the Congreveopian resolution On the Necessity of Extra-national Application of SOHR obliges Congreveopia to attempt to enforce the rules and intent of SOHR on other nations where possible, although this can be a slow and difficult process.