Although for many, the key issue is the strain placed on the laws of armed conflict, or international humanitarian law, to the author “9/11” has challenged the very framework of international law itself, revealing a schism that has been there for some decades but which has been masked by other more demanding issues. The author talks about the interrelationship between the law of war and the law of peace. Where does peace stop and war start and do the legal boundaries correspond?
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