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Alleged Acquiescence of the International Community to Revisionist Claims of International Customary Law (with Special Reference to the jus contra bellum Regime)

Henry, Etienne


There is a broad consensus that the protracted inaction of states faced with the conduct of other states can sometimes be analysed as evidence of acceptance as law (opinio juris) for the purpose of identifying rules of customary international law. This issue has become highly topical in the context of the alleged ‘acquiescence’ of the international community to innovative interpretations of the right of self-defence formulated by some of the states currently conducting a military intervention...[Show more]

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Date published: 2017
Type: Journal article
Source: Melbourne Journal of International Law


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