Topical Reflections over Nations Bounded by International Law


Respecting rules of international laws is indispensable to guarantee a peace balance among forces of all states. It ought to be in their own interest. By and large, the flagrant breaking of those rules and acts of aggression correspond directly to the military power of individual states. Examples are abundant. This essay deals with the definition of aggression that was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on December 14, 1974.

JUDr. et PhDr. Jaroslav Padrnos, CSc., born in 1941, Institute of Education at Zlín (postgradual studies), Faculty of Education, Palacký University Olomouc (ethopedy), Faculty of Law, Masaryk University (law). He taught at school of all levels, in the late 70s a methodist of educational consulting at the Regional Pedagogical and Psychological Counselling Centre Brno. In the 80s as a teacher of the Department of Defence Education, Faculty of Education, Masaryk University, he paid close attention to the protection and defence of civilian population. He is successively involved both in advocacy and teaching at the College of Applied Law, Prague. He cooperates with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, upon conceptional implementing problems of people's preparation for emergencies and current risks.

Country: Czech Republic


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