THE INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC LAW AND THE USE OF FORCE BY THE STATES

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Milorad Petreski

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The paper in front of you presents an attempt to give an answer to the hypothesis is the use of force in accordance with the public international law and several issues arising from it if the use of force is allowed then when it receives international legality and legitimacy? If it Is legally prohibited, whether such prohibition is a general rule without any derogations or there is an exception to that rule? The research was done using the method of contextual analysis of international documents (UN Charter, relevant UN Security Council and the UN General Assembly resolutions, and court cases from the practice of International Court of Justice). Some of the main conclusions are: UN member states are obligated to refrain from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity and political independence of another state. The exclusive right of using force is situated only in the Security Council.

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Petreski , M. . (2021). THE INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC LAW AND THE USE OF FORCE BY THE STATES. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, 1(2). Retrieved from https://e-jlia.com/index.php/jlia/article/view/25
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Milorad Petreski , Law Faculty, University “St. Kliment Ohridski” – Bitola

Milorad Petreski graduated at the Faculty of administration and information systems management, University St. Clement of Ohrid - Bitola in 2010. A few years later, in 2014, Milorad earned his Master's degree in international law and international relations, at the Faculty of Law Iustinianus Primus, University St. Cyril and Methodius - Skopje, on the following topic: The Admission of New States to international organizations. He is also World Forum for Democracy 2014 Alumni, organized by the Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France. At the moment he is a law student at the Faculty of Law, University St. Clement of Ohrid - Bitola. His areas of interest include international public law, international relations, international organizations, human rights, diplomacy, the law of the European Union and the common foreign and security policy of the European Union.

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