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TopicSyrian civil war
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AuthorIan Hurd
SourceThe New York Times
Date2013-08-27
URLhttp://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/28/opinion/bomb-syria-even-if-it-is-illegal.html
QuoteThere is no doubt that Mr. Assad’s government has violated humanitarian principles throughout the two-year-old war, including the prohibition on the indiscriminate killing of civilians, even in non-international conflicts, set out in 1949 in the Geneva Conventions. But the conventions also don’t mean much unless the Security Council agrees to act. It is an indictment of the current state of international law that there is no universally recognized basis to intervene.
SummaryBomb Syria, Even if It Is Illegal by Ian Hurd (The New York Times, August 27, 2013) (view)