Brittisk JK ansåg Irak-kriget olagligt
Den brittiska regeringens juridiske rådgivare informerade 2002 dåvarande premiärminister Tony Blair om att det skulle strida mot internationell rätt att avsätta Iraks diktator Saddam Hussein.
In James Rubin's account of the Kosovo war, he describes an exchange between
Secretary Albright and Robin Cook (the British Foreign Secretary).
Cook was explaining that it is difficult for Britain to commit to the war
without UN Security Council approval because the legal advice he had received was
that such action would be illegal under international law.
the so-called Kosovo Liberation Army.” The KLA was known to be heavily involved in drug trafficking and had close ties to Osama bin Laden