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Intervention by Invitation – When Can Consent from a Host State Justify Foreign Military Intervention?

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Несмотря на общий запрет на вмешательство в дела других государств, военные вмешательства, предпринимаемые с согласия принимающего государства, считаются допустимыми. Это подтверждается как в государственной практике, так и в международно-правовой доктрине. Однако для того, чтобы такие вмешательства были разрешены в определенных ситуациях, должны быть выполнены определенные требования. Согласие должно быть дано надлежащим органом, оно не должно быть искажено, оно должно предшествовать вмешательству, и оно должно быть дано четко и ясно. В данной статье рассматривается значение каждого из этих требований и рассматривается их применение в государственной практике. Кроме того, рассматривается возможность вмешательства в гражданские войны. Представлено в заключении статьи

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Petra Perisic
University of Rijeka

Petra Perisic – Assistant Professor, department of international Law, Law Faculty

6 Hahlić st., Rijeka, 51000, Croatia


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Perisic P. Intervention by Invitation – When Can Consent from a Host State Justify Foreign Military Intervention? Russian Law Journal. 2019;7(4):4-29.

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