Libya Sanctions

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Information about Libya Sanctions in free legal resources:

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Libya Sanctions

Libya in 2011

United States views on international law (based on the document “Digest of U.S. Practice in International Law”): The United States took several steps in 2011 to protect civilians in Libya and target the regime of Muammar al-Qadhafi in response to its violent repression of peaceful protests, beginning in February 2011. U.S. actions were coordinated with the international community, including the Arab League and the United Nations. International and U.S. sanctions are discussed below. information on International Criminal Law in this legal Encyclopedia discusses the United Nations Security Council's referral to the International Criminal Court. information on International Human Rights in this legal Encyclopedia discusses Libya's suspension from the Human Rights Council. information on Diplomatic Relations, Succession, Continuity of States and Statehood Issues in this legal Encyclopedia discusses recognition and succession of the new regime in Libya. And information on Nationality, Citizenship and Immigration in this legal Encyclopedia8 discusses the use of force in halting the violence against civilians in Libya.


See Also

  • Sanctions
  • Export Controls
  • International Restrictions
  • Imposition Of Sanctions
  • Implementation Of Sanctions
  • Modification Of Sanctions
  • Libya

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