This contribution establishes the framework for a broad and comprehensive discussion of NIAC by assessing, historically, the way in which the international community has attempted to define this particular form of conflict, to include the issue of whether there now exist various types of NIAC. It then addresses the U.S. practice with respect to the manner in which the United States has determined whether to designate certain hostilities as NIACs.
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