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This front matter section of the book Political Violence and the International Community: Developments in International Law and Policy contains the table of contents, information about the author, the acknowledgments, and list of abbreviations. The term "international policy" is used to describe norms that have widespread acceptance within the international community from a moral or rational perspective, whereas international law, and, in particular, customary law, is used to describe those norms that satisfy the formal requirements for the emergence of international legal norms within the legal discourse.

Keywords: international community; international law; political violence



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