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CounterTerrorism and the Use of Force in International
Jus Ad Bellum and International Terrorism
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action Afghan Afghanistan apply armed attack armed forces Article 51 authority Charter civilian coalition committed conduct cooperation counter-terrorist crimes defense detainees Dinstein enforcement existing extradition GC III global hereinafter hostilities human rights humanitarian law ICRC INT'L international armed conflict International Convention International Criminal Court international peace international terrorism internationally Iraq issue Judge Advocate jurisdiction jus ad bellum jus in bello justice law of armed lawful combatant measures Nicaragua norms obligations offenses Operation ENDURING FREEDOM organization Osama bin Laden parties person political POW status President principle prisoners Professor prosecution protection Protocol provides Qaeda regime Resolution 1373 response right to self-defense Rome Statute rules S. C. Res Security Council Resolution self-defense September 11th supra note Taliban target territory terrorist terrorist acts terrorist attacks threat tion tional treaties trial tribunal U.N. Doc U.N. SCOR United Kingdom United Nations unlawful combatants violation weapons