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Terrorism and the Right of Self-Defense

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 February 2017

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1 Symposium, The United States and International Law—The Effects of U.S. Predominance on the Foundations of International Law, Göttingen (Oct. 25–27, 2001).

2 SC Res. 1368 (Sept. 12, 2001) (emphasis omitted). UN resolutions are available online at <http://www.un.org>.

3 Military and Paramilitary Activities in and Against Nicaragua (Nicar. v. U.S.), Merits, 1986ICJ Rep. 14, 119–21, 127, paras. 230–34, 248–49 (June 27).

4 SC Res. 1373 (Sept. 28, 2001).

5 Tentative Chinese Proposals for a General International Organization (Aug. 23, 1944), [1944] 1 Foreign Relations of the United States 718, 725.

6 International Law Commission, State Responsibility: Titles and Texts of the Draft Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts Adopted by the Drafting Committee on Second Reading, General Principles, pt. 1, Arts. 9, 11, 21, & pt. 2, Arts. 40, 49, 52, UN Doc. A/CN.4/L.602/Revs.1, 2 (2001).

7 SC Res. 661, pmbl. (Aug. 6, 1990).

8 SC Res. 678, para. 2 (Nov. 29, 1990).

9 SC Res. 1373, supra note 4, pmbl.

10 NATO Press Release (2001) 124, Statement by the North Atlantic Council (Sept. 12, 2001). NATO press releases and speeches are available online at <http://www.nato.int>.

11 Statement by NATO Secretary General, Lord, Robertson, Brussels, Belgium (Oct. 2, 2001)Google Scholar.

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