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Concepts of Proportionality and State Crimes in International Law An Analysis of the Scope of Proportionality in the Right of Self-defence and in the Regime of International Countermeasures and an Evaluation of the C

Concepts of Proportionality and State Crimes in International Law An Analysis of the Scope of Proportionality in the Right of Self-defence and in the Regime of International Countermeasures and an Evaluation of the C

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9780820487373


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0820487376


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Publisher:  Lang AG, Peter
Summary: It is generally recognised in both literature and jurisprudence that the notion of proportionality constitutes a key requirement of self-defence and of countermeasures. The determination of the exact content of the proportionality principle is, however, very complex and controversial. This study demonstrates that consequently a State can no longer commit an international crime. Yet it also shows that by applying more... serious consequences to the commission of a serious breach of peremptory norms the idea behind the concept does add something valuable to the existing concepts of jus cogens and obligations erga omnes. [read more]

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ISBN-13: 9780820487373


ISBN: 0820487376


Edition: 1st


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Publisher: Lang AG, Peter
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