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Student
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Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Yury Varlamov
The Application of International Legal Norms of Jus Post Bellum (on Example of the Armed Conflict in Transnistria)
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
This graduate paper aimed at the study of the process of historical formation and consolidation of the legal norms of jus post bellum, and the study of their practical applicability at the example of the Transnistrian conflict. The main objectives of the paper are: a) to study the works of major theoreticians of jus post bellum to identify common and different features in their approaches to conflict resolution; b) to define the most important principles and norms of jus post bellum with the purpose of their further analysis and application; c) to make a comparative analysis of existing norms of international law applicable at the stage of conflict resolution and the peace agreement with the principles and norms of jus post bellum to determine the extent of holding of norms in international law; d) to study the applicability of jus post bellum in a particular armed conflict.

The work consists of two parts. The theoretical part examines the formation of jus post bellum concept, content of basic norms and principles, as well as the extent of their legal existence in international law. The practical part of the work focused on the analysis of documents related to the settlement of the Transnistrian conflict, in terms of the norms and principles of jus post bellum, as well as the study of the results of their application.

According to research the following conclusions were made: firstly, jus post bellum is more a political-legal doctrine than an institute of international law; secondly, there is a considerable number of provisions of jus post bellum, which are enshrined in international law; thirdly, in the doctrine of jus post bellum there are no enough of the rules for a perfect solution to the conflict, that is confirmed by the practice.

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