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This volume contains a selection of articles resulting from the third ‘From Peace to Justice’ conference, organised by the Hague Academic Coalition (HAC). It focuses on current and emerging threats to global security, identifies some of the most urgent new non-traditional threats and examines whether these can be addressed within the UN Charter framework. Views from a range of disciplines are presented and discussed, resulting in a diverse yet coherent compilation that is a useful resource for academics, international lawyers, judges, diplomats, political scientists, historians and NGOs.
• Examines whether the UN Charter is still suitable to cover modern threats, providing a thorough analysis and recommendations • A variety of academics and practitioners offer readers a range of opinions on the topic • Inter-disciplinary approach enables the reader to get a better understanding of the matter and become involved in the debate