Military Intervention by Consent and its Relationship to International Human Rights Law

Proceedings of the 117th ASIL Annual Meeting

2 Pages Posted: 28 Jan 2018

Date Written: April 14, 2017

Abstract

These remarks focus on the issue of “military intervention by consent” from the perspective of international human rights law (IHRL). More specifically, they focus on how the consenting state’s human rights obligations can impact what that state can, and cannot, consent to.

Keywords: consent, self-defense, military intervention, human rights, UN Charter, Article 2(4), Article 51

Suggested Citation

Horowitz, Jonathan, Military Intervention by Consent and its Relationship to International Human Rights Law (April 14, 2017). Proceedings of the 117th ASIL Annual Meeting. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3104808

Jonathan Horowitz (Contact Author)

Open Society Justice Initiative ( email )

224 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
United States

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