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Aiding and Assisting: Challenges in Armed Conflict and Counterterrorism

The purpose of this paper by Harriet Moynihan (2016) is to set out a clear statement of the law on aiding and assisting as it stands, with particular regard to its application in situations of armed conflict and counterterrorism. The paper also aims to provide guidance to governments on best practice in their cooperation in armed conflict and counterterrorism, taking into account the legal and policy issues raised by the various rules in this area.

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