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The Limits of Force (Volume 376)

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Author(s): Gray, Christine
Gray, Christine Keywords: Afghanistan | Iraq | Self-defence | Targeted killings | Use of force | Intervention | Responsibility to protect | Humanitarian intervention | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT It is perhaps surprising how many academics seek to widen the right to use force. They argue for the use of force on the basis of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) doctrine even when the UN Security Council does not authorize action. In this course, the author examines limits of the use of force in regard to self-defense, forcible inte…

Les opérations multinationales consécutives à des conflits armés en vue du rétablissement de la paix (Volume 314)

(68,390 words)

Author(s): Daillier, Patrick
Daillier, Patrick Keywords: United Nations | Armed conflicts | Intervention | Peacekeeping | Peacebuilding | North Atlantic Treaty Organization | Mots clefs: Nations Unies | Conflits armés | Intervention | Maintien de la paix | Construction de la paix | Organisation du Traité de l'Atlantique Nord | ABSTRACT Multinational peacemaking operations following armed conflicts, the subject of the course of Patrick Daillier, Professor at the University of Paris X - Nanterre, cover a number of different realities under the same name. To prove that this…