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UN Charter, preamble. 7. Case Concerning Military and Paramilitary Activities in and against Nicaragua Reshaping Rogue States 35 l Arend (Nicaragua v. ), Merits, International Court of Justice (judgment of June 27, 1986), (dissent of Judge Schwebel). 8. , (opinion of the Court) para. 194. 9. S. J. Ser. A, no. , International Law: Cases and Materials (2001), pp. 68–69. 10. See Anthony Clark Arend and Robert J. Beck, International Law and the Use of Force: Beyond the UN Charter Paradigm (Routledge, 1993), pp.
For the French: [Prevention] is the first step in the implementation of our defense strategy. … It is a permanent necessity against the reappearance of large direct or indirect threats, [or] the development of crisis situations or of conflicts liable to involve our security and interests and those of our partners in the [European Union] and Atlantic Alliance. Through intelligence it must have the capability to anticipate and assess any situation autonomously. … The capacity for surveillance and alert must be coordinated … at a European level but also at an international level.