State Practice since the Second World War
This chapter is concerned with state practice since the Second World War. It provides examples of international inaction in the face of criminal behaviour by a state, such as Stalinist Russia, the Cambodian genocide, and the aggression which sparked off the 1980 to 1988 Iran-Iraq war.
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