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Rationale For Non-Intevention In Conflicts

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This appendix section of the book Political Violence and the International Community: Developments in International Law and Policy explains the rationale for non-intervention in conflicts by state. The practice of the international community reviewed in the book suggests that such conflicts are increasingly recognized as matters that are appropriate for international scrutiny and involvement. It considers international law to be a sub-system of international politics, whereby, since both are in a state of continual evolution, as new issues arise in international politics, so international policy is formulated and international law is slowly crystallized, and each reinforces the other.

Keywords: international community; international law; political violence



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