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The Kosovo Conflict and International Law

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ISBN13: 9780521800716
ISBN: 0521800714
Published: December 2001
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print
Paperback edition , ISBN13 9781107404533

The Kosovo Conflict and International Law provides international lawyers, scholars and students with access to material on the conflict in Kosovo. As well as the basic material relating to Kosovo's status in Yugoslavia before 1999, this volume reproduces the significant documentation on the following issues: the development of the human rights situation, the diplomatic efforts for the settlement of the crisis, the military action against Yugoslavia and the international community's response, court action with regard to the conflict, and the implementation of the principles for a political solution with an international civil and security presence in Kosovo. Dr. Krieger's analytical introduction provides the historical and political context as well as an overview of the various legal aspects of the conflict. A chronology and detailed index make the documents more accessible.

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Public International Law
Chronology; Introduction; 1. Kosovo's status in Yugoslavia before 1999; 2. Development of the human rights situation; 3. Diplomatic efforts for the settlement of the crisis; 4. NATO's threat to use force and the Holbrooke agreement; 5. Settlement of the crisis; 6. Statement by NATO member states; 7. International reactions to the crisis; 8. Court action with regard to the Kosovo crisis; 9. Implementation of the principles for a political solution of the conflict; Chronological list of documents; Select bibliography.