Rettshistorisk lunsjseminar: Measures short of war - an introduction
Nora Naguib Leerberg speaks about measures short of war.
Stipendiat Nora Naguib Leerberg (UiO): In the wake of the Congress of Vienna (1815), the Great Powers still resorted to measures of a varying coercive nature in order to enforce their interests in peacetime. Adopting new terminology, they sought to minimize the legal effects of their coercive use of force and avoid a "state of war". During the 19th century, these coercive acts became known as "measures short of war.”
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