Chapter 3: The Universality of War: Jus ad Bellum and the Right to Peace in non-International Armed Conflicts
3. The universality of war: Jus ad bellum and the right to peace in noninternational armed conflicts Kjell Anderson* Much of the focus of the right to peace seems to be on the prohibition on aggressive war. Yet peace, understood as the absence of ...
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