International law of belligerency and occupation : a pedagogic introduction
June L. Dsouza
Allahabad : Central Law Publications, 2016
VIII, 360 p. ; 24 cm
Introduction to the legal ingredients involved in belligerency, the terms and conditions that form essential criteria to constitute an occupation, the law applicable in such belligerently occupied territory, the right and duties of occupied force/occupying force/legitimate government of the territory, means that may and may not be applied to force the enemy power to stop the acts of violence being commited against occupied territory, UN initiatives at interfering in such cases, examples of international interference in domestic affairs of sovereign nations, the effect of those instances on the international community, the international law regarding regulation of such situations, the evolution of International law and its place today.
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