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International law: Regime unchanged | Editorial, The Guardian

Another difference between the Bush years and the age of Obama is that the latter has at least some regard for the rule of international law

In a joint newspaper article yesterday, the US president and British prime minister told the world that they would maintain their assault on an Arab country until its regime collapsed. The inclusion of the French president as a third signatory was less familiar, but a sense that the casus belli is being breezily redefined while stalemate takes hold on the ground is eerily reminiscent of 2003.

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