This thesis studies the subject of protection of nationals abroad by force from legal, historical and functional viewpoints. It deals with the subject from the nineteenth century to the present day. The first Chapter traces the historical development of the subject up to the emergence of the United Nations Charter. The rationale that was put forward as a general justification for the protection of nationals by force, legal concepts such as self preservation, self-defence and self-help that had...[Show more]
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