International Law and New Wars

International Law and New Wars

Kaldor, Mary (London School of Economics and Political Science); Chinkin, Christine (London School of Economics and Political Science)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

This book provides an introduction to international law as it relates to the use of force and to competing approaches of security that can be identified in the context of 'new wars'. It examines topics including weapons, human rights, gender and peacekeeping, using case studies from a number of recent conflicts.
Part I. Conceptual Framework: 1. Introduction; 2. Sovereignty and the authority to use force; 3. The relevance of international law; Part II. Jus ad Bellum: 4. Self-defence as a justification for war: the geopolitical and war on terror models; 5. The humanitarian model for recourse to use force; Part III. Jus in Bello: 6. How force is used; 7. Weapons; Part IV. Jus Post-Bellum: 8. 'Post-conflict' and governance; 9. The liberal peace: peacemaking, peacekeeping and peacebuilding; 10. Justice and accountability; Part V. The Way Forward: 11. Second generation human security; 12. What does human security require of international law?
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