These constitute the bare minimum of any kind of world or livable international order; without observing these basics preemptory
norms, orprosecuting andpunishing those that violate them, no civilized world is possible, none at all; instead, we have a Hobbesian "war of one against all" in which no life, liberty or family or social life is possible; international relations would then descend into ceaseless war and preparation for war on greater and far more destructive levels than the world has so far seen.
The United States must abandon its policy of resorting to the threat or use of force - which constitute a breach of the preemptory
norms of international law and principles of the Charter of the United Nations - as an option in the conduct of its foreign affairs with or against the Islamic Republic of Iran and other States.
The United States must abandon its policy of resorting to the threat or use of force -- which constitute a breach of the preemptory
norms of international law and principles of the Charter of the United Nations -- as an option in the conduct of its foreign affairs with or against the Islamic Republic of Iran and other States.
did not take any preemptory
measures while North Korea did, yet the latter has reached out," Yang said.
nature of these events suggests that users have abandoned the preemptory
I could certainly see that as a reason for a preemptory
strike, but not for cause just because it shows opinion or personal bias, Muller says.
Since the forthcoming negotiations in Sochi can be an important step towards national reconciliation in Syria and further strengthening of Assad's standing, Ankara is trying through this preemptory
measure to prevent restoration of stability to Syria.
Marcos as well as to affirm their preemptory
and nonderogable right to receive remedy.'
They are probably the most isolated people on Earth and almost unanimously believe that their greatest threat is from a preemptory
military attack by the US.
Perhaps in part yes, although a preemptory
affirmation would require a great deal more study--although this alone would not explain an apparent change in the points of view of these operators.
While there is a lack of consensus amongst tribunals on when a state's international human rights obligations will pre-empt obligations under an investment agreement or excuse a violation of a BIT provision, preemptory
jus cogens are an exception to the rule.
Reck-Malleczewen's lament for lost freedoms blurs with a preemptory
defence of inner emigration, already running counter to Horkheimer's assumption that exiles would return to Germany with clearer sight than those who had remained.