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The Role of Military
International Law and Naval and Air Operations at Sea
Peacetime Use of Force on the High Seas
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accepted action activities acts agreement aircraft apply archipelagic armed conflict armed forces attack authority belligerent blockade British carrying Chapter civilian claims coastal combatants commander concerning conduct Conference Convention Court customary defense direct drugs economic effect enemy enforcement engaged established example exclusion exercise fact flag forces foreign freedom Geneva Government Hague Handbook high seas hostilities important international law involved island issue land law of armed limited maritime means merchant ships military mines naval navigation Navy neutral nuclear objects operations paragraph parties passage peace persons position possible practice principles prohibited protection Protocol question reasonable recognized referred regard Regulations relating Report respect responsibility rules self-defense slave straits submarine supra note surface territorial sea trade traffic transit treaty United Nations vessels violation warfare warships waters weapons World zone