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Recourse to force : state action against threats and armed attacks / Thomas M. Franck
Bib ID 2205141
Format BookBook
Author
Franck, Thomas M
 
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Description New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002 
205 p. 
ISBN 0521820138
Series

Hersch Lauterpacht memorial lectures ; 15.

Full contents
  • 1. The United Nations' capacity for adapting to radical changes of circumstance
  • 2. Use of force by the United Nations
  • 3. The original parameters of self-defense
  • 4. Self-defense against state-sponsored terrorists and infiltrators
  • 5. Self-defense against ideological subversion
  • 6. Self-defense against attacks on citizens abroad
  • 7. Anticipatory self-defense
  • 8. Countermeasures and self-help
  • 9. The "purely humanitarian" intervention
  • 10. What, eat the cabin boy? Uses of force that are illegal but justifiable.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects United Nations -- Armed Forces.  |  Aggression (International law)  |  Self-defense (International law)  |  Intervention (International law)

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