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Un Naval Interdiction Operations In The Territorial Sea

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This chapter examines some of the authority issues which surround UN mandated naval interdiction operations. It begins by noting the distinction between interdiction as a fundamentally economic tool and interdiction as a use of force. The chapter then analyses the relationship between UN Charter Chapter VII Articles 40, 41, and 42 in an attempt to establish how the powers available to the UNSC under these three Articles mesh and interact. This will then permit examination of three significant UN mandated interdiction operations in order to assess how UN naval interdiction authority operates in practice. The chapter concludes with an analysis of what this practice indicates about authority in UN naval peace operations in the Territorial Sea more generally.

Keywords: Territorial Sea; UN Charter Chapter VII; UN naval interdiction operations



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