The UN Charter stands in the way of a reconceived international system that would allow more force to improve global welfare. Nations wedded to the UN system might reinterpret self-defense to permit earlier uses of force to preempt looming threats. Anticipatory self-defense should expand to take into account a threat’s magnitude of harm as well as its probability.
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