Conclusions to the Chapter I

1. In all specified international legal documents, concerning the interstate conflict, except Additional report II to the Geneva conventions of 1949, it is not given sufficient attention to the questions, concerning to a situation at which there is no directly a confrontation, but there is an intensity and disorders in the country;


The approach to concept of a confrontation of not international character is very flexible and various. Unfortunately, double standards often practise application of norms of international law, especially in situations when the people itself define the destiny according to a principle of the right of the nation on self-determination that is the preventive measure for prevention of the interstate conflict.

3. It is necessary to pay attention to all increasing rupture between real behaviour of the parties in the conflict, and norms of international law, applicable in confrontations of not international character. For liquidation of such rupture observance of norms of the international humanitarian law and it implementatsija in the national legislation is necessary.

4. Studying of interstate conflicts extremely important as gives the chance to do of experience of the past and modern practice corresponding conclusions to develop and improve ways of the actions directed on prevention of violence in the future, and also promoting strengthening of national safety.

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A source: Mangal Bismillah. INTERNATIONAL LEGAL MECHANISMS of SETTLEMENT of INTERSTATE CONFLICTS AS the LEGAL BASIS of POLICY OF NATIONAL RECONCILIATION In Afghanistan. The dissertation on competition of a scientific degree of the master of laws. Moscow -. 2014

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