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The Exculpatory Effect of Self-Defense in State Responsibility

By Gamal Moursi Badr
Topics: use of force, international relations, self-defense, United Nations, state responsibility, The Hague, municipal law, exculpatory circumstance, force majeure, necessity, consent, fortuitous event, U.N. Charter, canon of construction, armed attack, liberal interpretation, permissive interpretation, jus cogens, prior armed attack, armed aggression, armed attack, priority in time, immediate proper response, immediacy, effectiveness, proportionality, International Law, Military, War, and Peace
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Georgia Law
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.law.uga.edu:gjicl-1972
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