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Un Naval Peace Operations, Innocent Passage, And The Use Of Force

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This chapter examines the problematic issue of innocent passage and use of force generally. It analyses a basis of general authority for UN naval peace operations in the Territorial Sea, through examining the relationship between innocent passage, use of force, and UN naval peace operations. The chapter begins with a brief overview of the nature of the Territorial Sea. It explains the concept of innocent passage, and describes its implications for UN naval peace operations in the Territorial Sea. Finally, the chapter will conclude with an analysis, in general terms, of the issue of international community uses of force in the Territorial Sea during UN naval peace operations, outlining the purposes, triggering acts, and permissible levels which attach to force in the Territorial Sea.

Keywords: innocent passage; Territorial Sea; UN naval peace operation



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