The first section focuses on the cyber world vis-a-vis conflicts, targets, counterterrorism, self-defense, international law, and non-international armed conflicts.
What does NIAC stand for?
NIAC stands for Non-International Armed Conflict
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of NIAC
We have 63 other meanings of NIAC in our Acronym Attic
- National Infrastructure Advisory Committee
- National Infrastructure Advisory Council
- National Interagency Aviation Council (National Fire and Aviation Executive Board)
- National Internet Advisory Committee
- National Iranian American Council (Washington, DC)
- Naval Intelligence Automation Center
- Navigation Interface and Autopilot Computer
- Net Income Available for Common Stock (finance)
- Nipmuc Indian Association of Connecticut
- No I Am Chuck (blog)
- Nonprofits' Insurance Alliance of California
- Nuclear Industry Assessment Committee
- Nuclear Insurance Association of Canada (Ontario, Canada)
- Northern Ireland Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux
- National Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process
- National Indian Arts and Crafts Corporation
- North Iowa Area Community College (Mason City, IA, USA)
- Northern Illinois Anime Club Cooperative (now Northern Illinois Anime Culture Club)
- Northern Illinois Anime Culture Club
- Northern Ireland African Cultural Centre (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
85) A key obstacle is that, unlike international armed conflict, non-international armed conflict requires significant hostilities--an act that would qualify as an attack under IHL does not necessarily suffice.
Supreme Court determined that the conflict with al Qaeda was a global, non-international armed conflict to which Common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions of 1949 applied because that seemed to be the only part of the Conventions that could apply to nonstate actors.
In contrast, a non-international armed conflict (NIAC) is a conflict between a state and an organized armed group.
THE EVOLUTION OF NON-INTERNATIONAL ARMED CONFLICT RECOGNITION A.
For the purposes of the principle of distinction in non-international armed conflict, all persons who are not members of State armed forces or organized armed groups of a party to the conflict are civilians and, therefore, entitled to protection against direct attack unless and for such time as they take a direct part in hostilities.
9) The third example examines the UN's intervention in the Ivory Coast in 2011, where the UN conducted air assaults against one party to a non-international armed conflict (NIAC).
Comprised of both conventional and customary law, this body of law is binding upon all conflict participants in either an international or non-international armed conflict.