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S/RES/1264 (Sept. 15, 1999). Similarly, in Liberia the cease-fire agreement was mentioned, but the intervention was in fact authorized on the basis of the deterioration of the situation, which constituted a threat to international peace and security. C. Res. N. Doc. S/RES/866 (Sept. 22, 1993). In addition, a number of the peace-keeping forces have been authorized under Chapter VII without reference to the consent of the parties. C. Res. N. Doc. S/RES/871 (Oct. C. Res. N. Doc. S/RES/836 (June 4, 1993).
AREND AND ROBERT J. BECK, INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE USE OF FORCE: BEYOND THE UN CHARTER PARADIGM 42–43 (1993). See also William V. O’Brien, Reprisals, Deterrence and Self-Defense in Counterterror Operations, 30 VA. J. INT’L L. 421 (1990). Moreover, MYRES S. MCDOUGAL AND FLORENTINO P. FELICIANO, LAW AND MINIMUM WORLD PUBLIC ORDER: THE LEGAL REGULATION OF INTERNATIONAL COERCION (1961) point out that, frequently, reprisals are the only protection to ensure that other states will do their duty under international law.
INT’L L. 1, 63 (1971). 55 Schachter, supra note 5, at 338. MERON, supra note 3, at 92, also supports this approach. Methodological Issues • 37 weakest to most significant categories of practice—is adopted to assist in the balancing process: expressions of concern and condemnation of civil conflicts or particular actions in them; explicit calls for specific outcomes or actions; the imposition of sanctions against, or the provision of nonmilitary assistance to, either side in a civil conflict; and indirect and direct forceful intervention.