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This section presents a list of proper nouns, terms and concepts relevant to the origins of the just war theory, decline of the just war theory, the use of force under the UN charter and the attack on Iraq 2003. The occupying powers have introduced significant changes in the Iraqi system, changes which go far beyond what is anticipated in international humanitarian law. The Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) disbanded the Iraqi military, creating in its stead new armed forces with a new command structure.

Keywords: coalition provisional authority (CPA); international humanitarian law; Iraq; just war theory; UN charter

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