The responsibility of the Occupying Power to compensate for civil damages
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2018, Volume 7, Issue Issue 26 part 2, Pages 291-327
AbstractThe rules of public international law emphasize the principle of the prohibition of the use of force in the domain of international relations and even the threat of its use, since this principle has become a firm customary principle and is no longer limited to the States parties to the U.N's Charter, As opposed to what prevailed under traditional international law, where the war was legitimate and did not entail international responsibility as long as certain rules that prevailed under traditional international law were observed.However the use of force in the exercise of the right of legitimate defense and its use in application of Chapter VII of the Charter, namely, the use of force may not be used, Outside of these cases, nor shall they be measured. Thus, any use of force outside the legitimate framework will establish international responsibility toward the State which has suffered damage as a result of this act .
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