PRINCIPLE OF NON-USE OF FORCE OR THREAT OF FORCE IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.
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Mukhtarov, F. (2021). PRINCIPLE OF NON-USE OF FORCE OR THREAT OF FORCE IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. InterConf, (71), 189-196. https://doi.org/10.51582/interconf.19-20.08.2021.018

Анотація

This study explores the pattern of principles of non-use of force or threat of force in international law. This principle is studied from the perspective of international treaties and customary law through the recent state practice. This research underlines the prohibition of the use of force and submits the international mechanism of this principle including peaceful settlements of conflicts. Study provides an estimation of application of this principle.

https://doi.org/10.51582/interconf.19-20.08.2021.018
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