The expanded doctrine of self-defence & international security assistance - the case of Afghanistan 2001 – 2020

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Mylonaki, E. and Burton, T. (2022). The expanded doctrine of self-defence & international security assistance - the case of Afghanistan 2001 – 2020 . International Law Research. 11 (1), pp. 335-350. https://doi.org/10.5539/ilr.v11n1p335
AuthorsMylonaki, E. and Burton, T.
Abstract

The concept of self-defense in international law has been subject to discussion in recent years particularly in relation to its application on the fight against terrorism. The article re-considers such an application in the light of customary international law and via the use of the case of Afghanistan. More specifically the article aims at demonstrating how the Afghanistan mission informed the development of the classical concept of self-defense in the context of international security assistance. Via a historical presentation of the use of the concept of self-defense the work reveals key developments in the field.

Keywordsself-defense, terrorism, Afghanistan, International law
Year2022
JournalInternational Law Research
Journal citation11 (1), pp. 335-350
PublisherCanadian Center of Science and Education
ISSN1927-5234
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.5539/ilr.v11n1p335
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PrintMay 2022
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AcceptedApr 2022
Deposited06 Jun 2022
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