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This page serves as the equivalent of a table of contents in a printed book. It contains an updated list of all substantive articles in the Toolkit.

1 About the project[edit | edit source]

2 Scenarios[edit | edit source]

3 Legal concepts[edit | edit source]

3.1 General international law[edit | edit source]

3.2 Specialised regimes of peacetime international law[edit | edit source]

3.3 Use of force, conflict and international law[edit | edit source]

4 Real-world examples[edit | edit source]

5 National positions[edit | edit source]

6 Keywords[edit | edit source]

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