This Note examines the effectiveness of diplomatic criticism in enforcing international law, particularly in the counter-terrorism (or anti-insurgency) context. It is not concerned with determining what international law does or does not "in fact" allow States to do in combating terrorism and other existential threats.
Michael Y. Kieval,
Be Reasonable! Thoughts on the Effectiveness of State Criticism in Enforcing International Law,
Mich. J. Int'l L.
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