Changing International Law to Meet New Challenges: Interpretation, Modification and the Use of Force

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The international rules governing the use of force in international relations have been under pressure in recent years. They have on several occasions been challenged by states' practice, be it through actual acts (for example, in the case of Kosovo 1999, Afghanistan 2001, and Iraq 2003) or in statements (such as the 2002 US National Security Strategy). A fundamental question concerns how international law reacts to such challenges. Does is disintegrate or does it adapt to the new circumstances? This book focuses on the ...

Changing International Law to Meet New Challenges: Interpretation, Modification and the Use of Force 2006, Djoef Publishing

ISBN-13: 9788757415292

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