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Published on Sep 1, 2013
"For the United States to threaten to and/or launch a military strike as a reprisal is a blatant violation of the United Nations Charter. The Charter requires countries to settle their international disputes peacefully. Article 2(4) makes it illegal for any country to either use force or threaten to use force against another country. Article 2(7) prohibits intervention in an internal or domestic dispute in another country. The only time military force is lawful under the Charter is when the Security Council approves it, or under Article 51, which allows a country to defend itself if attacked. "The use of chemical weapons within Syria is not an armed attack on the United States," according to Notre Dame law professor Mary Ellen O'Connell." ~ Marjorie Cohn