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Collective Security Law

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ISBN13: 9780754622352
ISBN: 0754622355
Published: February 2004
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

There are many definitions and discussions of what is meant by ""collective security"". Much debate, mostly legal, centres around the meaning of terms such as ""threat of the peace"" and ""breach of the peace"" and the more judgmental concept of ""aggression"". Many different explanations and applications are explored in the essays in this volume which brings together articles on collective security law and its role in the wider collective security debate.

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The concept of collective security law: M. Koskenniemi (1996), the place of law in collective security; H.J. Morgenthau (1946), diplomacy; J.L. Brierly (1946), the covenant and the charter; V.S. Mani (1995), the role of law and legal considerations in the functions of the United Nations. Actors within the United Nations - powers and legitimacy: D.D. Caron (1993), the legitimacy of the collective authority of the security council; K. Harper (1994), does the United Nations Security Council have the competence to act as court and legislature?; M. Koskenniemi (1995), the police in the temple - order, justice and the UN - a dialectical view; N.D. White (2000), the legality of bombing in the name of humanity; R. Lavalle (1990), the inherent powers of the UN Secretary General in the political sphere - a legal analysis; J.E. Alvarez (1996), judging the Security Council; D. Akande (1996), the role of the International Court of Justice in the maintenance of international peace. UN collective security measures: D.M. Malone, K. Wermester (2000), boom or bust? the changing nature of UN peacekeeping; W.M. Reisman, D.L. Sterick (1998), the applicability of international law standards to United Nations economic sanctions programmes; C. Warbrick (1995), the United Nations system - a place for criminal courts?; O. Schachter (1991), United Nations law in the Gulf conflict; J. Lobel, M. Ratner (1999), bypassing the Security Council - ambiguous authorizations to use force, cease-fires and the Iraqi inspection regime. Collective security outside the UN: B. Simma (1999), NATO, the UN and the use of force - legal aspects; C. Walter (1997), Security Council control over regional action; D. O'Brien (2000), the search for subsidiarity - the UN, African regional organizations and humanitarian action.