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Introduction to the Symposium on Monica Hakimi, “The Jus ad Bellum's Regulatory Form”

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1 See, e.g., International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty, The Responsibility to Protect 15 (2001) (“The debate on military intervention for human protection purposes was ignited in the international community essentially because of the critical gap between, on the one hand, the needs and distress being felt … in the real world, and on the other hand the codified instruments and modalities for managing world order.”); Independent International Commission on Kosovo, The Kosovo Report 10 (2000) (“Experience from the NATO intervention in Kosovo suggests the need to close the gap between legality and legitimacy.”).

2 Monica Hakimi, The Jus ad Bellum 's Regulatory Form, 112 AJIL 151 (2018).

3 Theresa Reinold, Informal Regulation and the Hyper-Responsiveness of International Law, 112 AJIL Unbound 97 (2018).

4 Tess Bridgeman, In Defense of the “Conventional Account” of the Jus ad Bellum, 112 AJIL Unbound 102 (2018).

5 Christian J. Tams, Three Questions About “Informal Regulation”, 112 AJIL Unbound 108 (2018).

7 See Hakimi, supra note 2, at 155. For a general discussion of characteristics of law, see H.L.A. Hart, The Concept of Law 78–96 (1961) (associating law with norms of sufficient generality and normativity); H.L.A. Hart, Problems of the Philosophy of Law 114, reprinted in H.L.A. Hart, Essays in Jurisprudence and Philosophy (1983); Lon L. Fuller, The Morality of Law (1964).

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