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Nikolas Sturchler

The Threat of Force in International Law

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Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Foreword xi
Preface xiii
List of abbreviations
xvii
Birth and infancy of a Charter rule: the open framework
1(36)
Article 2(4)`s blind spot
1(6)
Traced attempts to regulate threats before 1919
7(4)
The League and interwar system
11(8)
The Charter`s original conception of restraint
19(6)
The Nuremberg and Tokyo trials
25(3)
Post-Charter efforts dealing with the threat of force: defining aggression
28(6)
The drafter`s broad intent
34(3)
The menu of choice: a guide to interpretation
37(28)
From intent to content
37(1)
Proposition that threat and force are coupled
38(5)
Proposition that threat and force are uncoupled
43(9)
Proposition that article 2(4) joins in with article 2(3)
52(3)
Proposition that article 2(4) requires imminence
55(2)
Proposition that article 2(4) requires coercion
57(4)
Conclusions
61(4)
Precedents of the International Court of Justice
65(27)
Scarcity of case law
65(3)
UK-Albania (Corfu Channel, 1949)
68(6)
USA-Nicaragua (paramilitary activities, 1986)
74(5)
Nuclear Weapons Advisory Opinion (1996)
79(11)
Conclusions
90(2)
Deciphering post-Charter practice: means and limits
92(35)
Expanding the search
92(2)
Legally relevant state practice
94(10)
The relationship between state practice and treaty
104(5)
The collection of state practice
109(7)
The sources of analysis
116(3)
The appraisal of state practice
119(6)
Chapter summary
125(2)
Open threats to extract concessions
127(45)
A line drawn into the sand
127(2)
UK-Israel (Sinai incursion, 1948)
129(2)
USA-DPRK, PRC-USA (38th parallel, 1950)
131(4)
PRC-India (Sino-Indian border, 1965)
135(2)
Morocco-Spain, Algeria (Moroccan march, 1975)
137(5)
Uganda-Kenya (Idi Amin, 1976)
142(4)
Cyprus-Turkey (missile crisis, 1997--1998)
146(4)
NATO-Yugoslavia (Rambouillet, 1999)
150(7)
USA, UK-Iraq (regime change, 2002-2003)
157(11)
Conclusions
168(4)
Demonstrations of force
172(46)
Deeds more than words
172(2)
USSR-Turkey (Turkish Straits, 1946)
174(4)
India-Portugal (Goa, 1961)
178(6)
USSR-Czechoslovakia (Prague Spring, 1968)
184(5)
Colombia-Nicaragua (San Andres Islands, 1979--1980)
189(3)
USA-Libya (Gulf of Sidra, 1981)
192(4)
USA-Nicaragua (MiG-21s, 1984)
196(5)
USA-Libya (Rabta controversy, 1989)
201(5)
Iraq-Kuwait (sanctions defiance, 1994)
206(7)
Conclusions
213(5)
Countervailing threats or: threats in self-defence
218(34)
Two narratives
218(2)
USA-PRC (Seventh Fleet, 1950)
220(5)
Pakistan-India (Kashmir, 1951)
225(2)
Iraq-Iran (Shatt-al-Arab, 1969--1975)
227(5)
Greece-Turkey (continental shelf, 1976)
232(3)
Syria-Jordan (Arab League summit, 1980)
235(3)
PRC-Vietnam (Spratly Islands, 1988)
238(2)
PRC-Taiwan (Lee Teng-hui, 1995--1996)
240(5)
ROK-DPRK (submarine incident, 1996)
245(4)
Conclusions
249(3)
Findings and conclusions
252(23)
General stock-taking
252(6)
Criteria for violation
258(7)
Criteria for justification
265(5)
Changes in the law
270(3)
The regulation in a nutshell
273(2)
Epilogue: the law in operation
275(16)
Reappraising article 2(4)`s blind spot
275(3)
Robert Ellickson`s Shasta County
278(2)
Fostering cooperation
280(9)
Lessons for the regime of force
289(2)
Annex
291(22)
Threats of force 1945--2003
291(20)
Protracted conflicts 1918--2003
311(2)
Bibliography 313(19)
Index 332
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