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Safia YOUSFI

THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEM PROHIBITING THE USE OF FORCE IN INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS

The principle of peaceful Settlement is one of The principles that contemporary international law is keen to establish in international relations. Despite the shift in the rules of this law towards rejecting the use of force in recoloring international conflicts, international practices continue to reveal a non-compliance with rules. This highlights the importance of studying this subject, as states often resort to the threat or use of force in defense of what they perceive as infringement upon their interests, witch in their view, should be at the core of the concerns of international law itself. It raises a fundamental problem of knowing whether the continuous violation of the principle of the prohibition of the use of force to resolve international conflicts is due to the deviation in the behavior of some arrogant states, or to deficiencies in the international legal system for this principle? To answer this problem, it requires, first and foremost, studying the provision of international law related to the principle of prohibition of the use of force, and then examining the reality and justifications for international practices that go beyond this principle, according to the following plan: First topic: the prohibition of the use of force to resolve international conflicts in contempory international law. Demand 1: the legal basis for the prohibition of the use of force. Demand 2: exceptions to the prohibition. Second topic: challenges in international handling of cases of legitimate use of force. Demand1: deviant international practices of the legitimate use of force. Demand 2: new justifications for legitimizing the use of force.

Keywords: International Law, International Relations, The Use of Force.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.28.11


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