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Table Of Security Council Interventions And Consent

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This appendix section of the book Political Violence and the International Community: Developments in International Law and Policy presents the table of Security Council interventions and consent. Political violence within a state can take the form of a range of violent struggles aiming to capture or retain political power in a state, including civil conflict, coup d'état, terrorist actions, as well as riots or violent demonstrations and the violent repression of such movements. Civil war has become the dominant type of war in number and severity. It has caused humanitarian devastation on a vast scale, as well as serious disruption of regional and international peace and security.

Keywords: international community; political violence; Security Council



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