|Abstract||There is a regime of international law and international order, binding on all states, based on the UN Charter and subsequent resolutions and World Court decisions. In brief, the threat or use of force is banned unless explicitly authorized by the Security Council after it has determined that peaceful means have failed, or in selfdefense against "armed attack" (a narrow concept) until the Security Council acts.|
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