This study analyzes several legal issues related to the military intervention in Libya undertaken within the framework of UN Security Council resolution 1973 (2011). The main areas of interest are: (a) the impact of the mandate's jus ad bellum limitations concerning military operations carried out in the implementation of UN Security Council resolution 1973; (b) international humanitarian law (IHL) issues related to Operation Unified Protector and the mandate's potential impact on the interpretation and application of principles pertaining to the law of armed conflicts.
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