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When combined with other dramatic transformations in the atmospherics of the world system, what results is a revolutionary change in global defence affairs. This, at least, is the grand proposition with which we chose to guide this anthological examination of 21st-century international defence politics. Conclusion A primary objective of this Handbook is to provide a rich resource for expanding our understanding of the politics of defence policy world-wide. Studying the cross-national similarities and differences described in the remaining chapters of this volume helps us better understand and appreciate our own politics of defence policy.

The flaws inherent in the League, however, rendered the organization powerless to stop expansionist aggression in the 1930s and ultimately World War II. 10 In the aftermath of World War II the victorious Allies acknowledged that a more robust international legal structure was required. The UN Charter and International Law The UN Charter enshrined the sovereign inviolability of the state. The legal status of sovereignty had evolved from the principle of cuius regio, eius religio11 first enunciated at the Peace of Augsburg (1555) and later further clarified by the Treaty of Westphalia (1648).

This embryonic international legal code, though divided on a number of issues, consistently articulated the state’s inherent right of self-defence. 8 The Changing Conception of Self-Defence 15 Following the 1815 Congress of Vienna the great powers of the day sought to bring an end to conflict between themselves through a series of non-aggression treaties, though self-defence remained a fundamental entitlement. 9 After World War I further efforts were made to limit the recourse to war through the establishment of the League of Nations and the signing of the Kellogg– Briand Pact (1928) which provided for ‘the renunciation of war as an instrument of national policy’.

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