"International law governing the use of military force has been the subject of intense public debate. Under what conditions is it appropriate, or necessary, for a country to use force when diplomacy has failed? Michael Byers, a widely known expert on international law, weights these issues in War Law."--BOOK JACKET.
Originally published: Great Britain : Atlantic Books, 2006.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 186-197) and index.
1. Security council authorization
2. Expanding reach of the security council
3. Implied authorization and intentional ambiguity
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