This article presents and critically comments on the jus ad bellum rules found in Chapter II of the Tallinn Manual: that is, Rules 10–19. The aim of this commentary is to draw attention to certain important but contested issues, identify jurisprudential ambiguities, and where possible offer alternative views.
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