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UN Charter arts. 51, 103. 68 ╇ United Nations, A More Secure World: Our Shared Responsibility: Report of the Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change ¶¶ 188–92 (2004), citing Wolfgang Friedmann, The Changing Structure of International Law 259–60 (1964); Louis Henkin, How Nations Behave 143–45 (2d ed. 1979); Oscar Schachter, The Right of States to Use Armed Force, 82 Mich. L. Rev. 1620, 1633–34 (1984), says UN Charter art. N. Security Council for possible action. Article 51 should not be rewritten or reinterpreted.

Definitions that commentators research and publish as their work are a secondary source of law. B was extracted and enlarged from Walker, Last Round 143–51, 2005–06 ABILA Proc. 32–40. 37 ╇ ICJ Statute arts. 38, 59; Restatement (Third) §§ 102–03; see also Brownlie, ch. 1; Churchill & Lowe 5–13; Jennings & Watts §§ 8–17. 38 ╇ Vienna Convention art. 31(3)(b) declares subsequent practice is an interpretation principle along with other factors. See also Aust 238–41; Brownlie 633–34; Jennings & Watts, § 632, pp.

These officials’ views, opinions or positions do not necessarily represent the practice, positions, views or policies of their governments or any agency of their governments or of their international organizations or any agency of their international organizations. The same is true for participants who were officials or members of nongovernmental organizations or private organizations. Nor does the Final Report represent the official position of the ILA or the ABILA. , the LOS Committee, may advocate views; thus the Final Report, although its research and drafting process remained nonpartisan, is, technically speaking, an advocate’s brief for the definitions proposed.

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