11 mars 2017

REVUE : Journal of International Peacekeeping (vol. 20, n°1-2, 2016)

Catherine MAIA

The latest volume of the Journal of International Peacekeeping (vol. 20, n°1-2, 2016) is out with a special issue on "Operationalizing Human Rights in Peace Missions".

Christopher Michaelsen, Introduction: Operationalizing Human Rights in Peace Missions

Jeni Whalan, Reforming UN Peace Operations: Will the High-Level Panel’s Report Make a Difference for Human Rights?

Tetsuya Toyoda, UN Peacekeeping as the Most Presentable Part of Japan’s 2015 Peace and Security Legislation

Hitoshi Nasu, The Legal Quagmire of Civilian Protection in Peacekeeping under Japan’s New Security Legislation

Susan Harris Rimmer, Barriers to Operationalising the “Women, Peace & Security” Doctrine in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations

Olivera Simić, Policing the Peacekeepers: Disrupting UN Responses to “Crises” Over Sexual Offence Allegations

Kevin C. Chang, When Do-Gooders Do Harm: Accountability of the United Nations toward Third Parties in Peace Operations

Sophocles Kitharidis, The Power of Article 103 of the UN Charter on Treaty Obligations

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