Terrorist Acts as "Armed Attack": The Right to Self-Defense, Article 51(1/2) of the UN Charter, and International Terrorism

Stahn, Carsten

Volume 27, Issue 2. Summer/Fall The U.S. administration's recent expansive interpretation of the right to self-defense under Article 51 of the UN Charter requires a concurrent reassessment of the legal concepts of necessity and proportionality in the context of terror.

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