The Right to Self-Defence in International Law as a Justification for Crossing Borders: The Turkey-PKK Case within the Borders of Iraq
About the AuthorRebaz Khdir
Ph.D. Student, University of Minho-Portugal, Lecturer, International Law at the University of Raparin in Iraq;
Residencia Universitaria de Santa Tecla, Rua Francisco Machado Owen – Sta Tcla, Braga, 4715-020, Portugal;
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For citation: Khdir R. The Right to Self-Defence in International Law as a Justification for Crossing Borders: The Turkey-PKK Case within the Borders of Iraq. Russian Law Journal. 2016;4(4):62-80. https://doi.org/10.17589/2309-8678-2016-4-4-62-80
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