Humanitarian Intervention: The United Nations in an Evolving World Order

Pirmais vāks
University of Pennsylvania Press, 1996. gada 29. nov. - 427 lappuses

Over the centuries, societies have gradually developed constraints on the use of armed force in the conduct of foreign relations. The crowning achievement of these efforts occurred in the midtwentieth century with the general acceptance among the states of the world that the use of military force for territorial expansion was unacceptable. A central challenge for the twenty-first century rests in reconciling these constraints with the increasing desire to protect innocent persons from human rights deprivations that often take place during civil war or result from persecution by autocratic governments. Humanitarian Intervention is a detailed look at the historical development of constraints on the use of force and at incidents of humanitarian intervention prior to, during, and after the Cold War.

 

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F The Covenant of the League of Nations and
57
Origins and Text
65
Intervention During the Cold War 194589
83
Regional Organizations
134
E Summary
142
B Northern Iraq 1991 and Southern Iraq 1992
165
BosniaHerzegovina 1992
198
Nationals of a target state
214
The United Nations and Humanitarian Intervention
282
A Duty to Intervene?
294
Regional Organizations and Humanitarian Intervention
335
Methodology
340
27
360
Humanitarian Intervention
382
Conclusion
389
United Nations Documents
395

Somalia 1992
217
E Rwanda 1994
243
F Haiti 199394
260

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