This work examines the concept of self-defence in the context of
International Law. The author takes a look at the various
categories of the concept, and makes a critical analysis of the
justification of self-defence in the context of modern day warfare.
It further highlights the strains placed upon the trilogy of
immediacy, necessity and proportionality, which circumscribes the
use of force in diverse military situations
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