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An armed conflict including one or more governments, and causing the death of 1,000 or more people per year
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With the Nation's Memory Awards, we want to publicly acknowledge and appreciate stories of people oppressed by the totalitarian regimes and non-democracy," head of Post Bellum SK Sandra Polovkova told the TASR newswire.
treaties in contemporaneous international law, jus ad bellum provides
For example, if one assumes that Saddam Hussein violated jus ad bellum (1) when he led Iraq to invade Kuwait in 1991, that assumption does not legally taint the battlefield killing and property destruction necessary to carry out the invasion.
Bellum iustum versus bellum sacrum: Uniwersalny spor w refleksji sredniowiecznej.
The proportionality requirement of just war appears on both the jus ad bellum and the jus in bello sides of the just war ledger.
Perhaps his most interesting contribution is that rebuilding, among other jus post bellum principles, may restrict jus ad helium principles (chap.
Barclay, his study of Bellum Judaicum and Antiquitates Judaicae takes into consideration the contemporary discussion of sacred space and identity formation.
The first is "jus ad bellum," which focuses on the issues surrounding when a decision to fight is justified.
E este o objecto de Henry Day, que leva a cabo uma esclarecedora analise dos processos do sublime no Bellum ciuile de Lucano, em dialogo com os textos teoricos sobre o Sublime, em primeiro lugar o De sublime de Longino, e em segundo lugar Kant e Burke.
Finally, Patterson pulls these jus post bellum ("justice after war") concepts together by comparing them to other approaches and looking to real-world 21st Century challenges to ending wars well.
Si pacem vis, para bellum - if you want peace, prepare for war.