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C. Wars of national liberation d. Armed intervention with the State’s consent [See Case No. ], and Case No. 4)]] Part III – Chapter 3 – Study of IHL in a general course on international law 17 e. Armed humanitarian intervention? [See Case No. 177, UN, Security Council Resolution 688 on Northern Iraq; Case No. C. ]; Case No. 4)]] f. Armed reprisals? 3. Jus ad bellum and jus in bello [See Chapter 2. II, Fundamental distinction between jus ad bellum (legality of the use of force) and jus in bello (humanitarian rules to be respected in warfare), Introductory text; see also Document No.
Powers Part III – Chapter 3 – Study of IHL in a general course on international law 7 C. Other subjects of international law 1. Individuals - Rights and obligations of individuals according to IHL [See Chapter 2. III. 5. c), Individual-individual, and Chapter 13. X, Violations by individuals] 2. Companies 3. Insurgents - Functional legal personality of parties to non-international armed conﬂicts [See Chapter 12. VIII, Who is bound by the law of non-international armed conﬂicts? Introductory text, and Chapter 12.
Existence [See Chapter 2. I, IHL: at the vanishing point of international law, Introductory text, Chapter 2. I. 1, Is international law law? Quotations; Case No. 95, United States Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, The Ministries Case; Case No. 171, Iran/Iraq, UN Security Council Assessing Violations of International Humanitarian Law [Part C. ]; Case No. ]] - IHL, the crucial test of international law [See Chapter 1. II, The possibility of legal regulation of warfare, Introductory text, and Chapter 2.