General Assembly Sixth Committee - LEGAL


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Topic : A. Redefining the legality of measures in the age of stateless aggressors Country : Belgium Committee: General Assemly Sixth Committee – LEGAL

As we know the definition about aggressors based on UN is the use of armed force by a State against the sovereignity, territorial integrity or political independence of another State, or in any other manner inconsistent with the Charter of the United Nations, as set out in this definition.  Statelessness is a condition in which an individual has no citizenship or nationality in any country. Nationality  is a legal relationship between an individual and state that confers mutual right and duties on both. The UN states that a war of aggression is a crime against international peace.
On March 22, 2016, coordinated attacks at the Brussels international airport and a metro station killed 32 people and injured hundreds. ISIS again claimed responsibility. The attacks were the deadliest in the two countries in decades. Many states have recognized stateless aggressors attack like terrorism as a transnational problem requiring a solution originating at international law. Terrorism is a global scourge.
Belgium condemns all forms of terrorism. The Belgian authorities are convinced that the fight against terrorism can only be waged in ...