Intransgressible

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recognized boundaries sanctioned as intransgressible or the law.
99) On the Legality of Nuclear Weapons, the ICJ held that "fundamental rules [of international humanitarian law] are to be observed by all States whether or not they have ratified the conventions that contain them, because they constitute intransgressible principles of customary international law.
82) The Court appears to have elevated the principle of distinction to the level of jus cogens when it considered it to "constitute [an] intransgressible principle .
Further these fundamental rules are to be observed by all States whether or not they have ratified the conventions that contain them, because they constitute intransgressible principles of international customary law.
225) These fundamental rules are codified within the Geneva Conventions and the Additional Protocols, but also "constitute intransgressible principles of international customary law.
the principles are intransgressible by virtue of their existence of custom--but it is not clear why the Court would have chosen to approach matters with a statement of the obvious in quite this way.
19) On this point, Trape notes that the comprehensive judgment of Augustinian doctrine cannot be said to prescind from the general consideration of occidental theology that reaches to our day and that poses intransgressible questions.
Simpson trial for each of thousands of A1-Qaeda prisoners, but fundamental norms are just that; they are intransgressible prescriptions for countries that consider themselves civilized, whatever that much abused term may mean.