Transnational Armed Conflicts: Their History and Developments in a Modern Context
How shall a conflict, where a state is fighting against a non-state actor in the territory of another state without the consent of the latter, be qualified? Does the absence of consent imply the existence of international armed conflict between the two states in parallel with non-international armed conflict? The present article will attempt to address those questions and, along with the review of different scenarios of conflict classification, argue that conflict should be classified as international, and the applicable law shall be determined accordingly.
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