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Malanczuk – Akehurst’s Modern Introduction to International Law (877-79)



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Malanczuk – Akehurst’s Modern Introduction to International Law (877-79)

  1. Just war – means of obtaining reparation for prior illegal act they did to you

    1. Also, wars against unbelievers and heretics

  2. 16th-18th century – just wars (bellum justum) began to extend – no limits on right of states to resort to war

  3. 19th century – balance of power system made wars rare – not worth fighting because expense, destruction and duration were too much

    1. But this is true only in Europe. Looting and pillaging everywhere else.

  4. WWI – war NOW regarded as evil

    1. 1928 – Kellogg-Briand Pact – General Treaty for Renunciation of war


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