INTERVENSI TERHADAP KEDAULATAN SUATU NEGARA MENURUT HUKUM INTERNASIONAL (Studi Tentang Kasus Perang Korea Tahun 1950-1953)

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TitleINTERVENSI TERHADAP KEDAULATAN SUATU NEGARA MENURUT HUKUM INTERNASIONAL (Studi Tentang Kasus Perang Korea Tahun 1950-1953)
Publication TypeThesis
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsPUTRA, ANDREWFIRDAUSSU
Academic Departmentfakultas hukum unsoed
DegreeS1
UniversityUniversitas Jenderal Soedirman
CityPurwokerto
Abstract

Intervention can be interpreted as dictatorial interference by a State in the
affairs of another State for the purpose of either maintaining or altering the
actual condition of things. The intervention created a controversy among the
society because it has contradicted with State sovereignty and non-intervention
principles on international law.
The aim of the research is to know the implementation of the intervention
towards sovereignty in Korean War 1950-1953 according by international law.
The approach method of this research is normative with statute approach and
case approach. All data of this research is taken from secondary data that served
systematically and had been analyzed by qualitative normative method.
The result of the research showed that the intervention in Korean War
1950-1953 had done by Uni Soviet, United States of America, and China with
military operation and political policy toward Korea. The intervention in Korean
War 1950-1953 can be included as the intervention that prohibited by
international law because it had offended the sovereignty and non-intervention
principles on article 2 paragraph (1), article 2 paragraph (4), and article 2
paragraph (7) United Nations Charter. The intervention in Korean War 1950-
1953 had done by dictatorial interference that offence the sovereignty of another
country with violence ways. The implication of the intervention in Korean War
1950-1953 had caused a settlement of the conflict between North Korea and
South Korea became stalemate along with a great number of victims on both side.

 

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