By Ingrid Detter
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Yet, the media, and indeed all factual circumstances, indicated that the scale of hostilities did a m o u n t to 'war', although there had been n o declaration(s) of war by NATO or its members. There is indeed a fine line between NATO's action, in a war-like situation, and action constituting humanitarian intervention, or the imposition of sanctions by military force in peacetime. There is, perhaps, a distinction to be made between 'war' and the unilateral use of 39 force, for example by intervention by military m e a n s , and between 'war' and measures designed to bring a State into line with its obligations under international law to respect basic h u m a n rights by means of preemptive and/or punitive sanctions.
T H E C O N C E P T OF W A R 19 sought to prevent the independence of these two countries. In the hiatus between being constituent republics of a federation and independent States, it is clear that the Law of War applied: subsequent trials before the International War Crimes T r i b u n a l 120 in the Hague show that there are compelling rules of warfare even before actual independence and statehood are achieved. 121 This is a similar situation to that where a civil or internal war transforms itself into an international or an 'internationalised' w a r .
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