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    1 Author(s):  DR. SURENDRA SHARMA

Vol -  7, Issue- 8 ,         Page(s) : 190 - 195  (2016 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH


As remarked by Lord Mac. Naughten, "The law recegnises a State of peace and State of war but it knows nothing of an intermediate State which is neither one thing nor the other-neither peace nor war." As pointed by another author1 "the legal condition of war has not arisen since 1945, and upon an optimistic view of international relations and the role of the United Nations is unlikely to occur in the near future. But the text books of international law distinguish only conditions of war and peace, not the conditions of limited hostilities which have occurred,

  1. D.P.O. Council, "International Law and Contemporary Naval Operations." British Year Book of International Law, Vol. XLIV (1970), P.19 at PP. 2-24.
  2. J.G. Strake, Introduction to International Law, Note 2 at P.529 
  3. Garner, Recent Developments in International Law (1925) PP. 813-818.
  4. Official Journal of the League of Nations 1939, PP.389-394. 
  5. Deak & Jessup, A collection of Neutrality Laws, Regulations and Treaties of Various Countries, 2 Vols. (1939) 
  6. Sibley in the law Magazine and Review, 29 (1904), PP.454-467. 
  7. The Harrier, 8(1921) Lloyd's Reports of Prize cases,488.
  8. Reg. V. Jamseon and others (1896) 2Q.B. 425

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