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Domestic and international law, and transnational terrorism: Can "reasonable apprehension of physical harm" and "probable cause" elucidate issues concerning imminence and anticipatory self-defense?
(Monterey California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2007-12)
Prior to the adoption of the Charter of the United Nations, customary international law permitted, under certain circumstances, the use of force in anticipation of an armed attack. However, the Charter is ambiguous on this ...