Law And Force In The New International Order (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
346
Utgivningsdatum
2019-06-07
Förlag
Routledge
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780367004385
Law And Force In The New International Order (inbunden)

Law And Force In The New International Order

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Momentous events of recent years have shown the tremendous potential for developing and applying international law, even in the area that has always presented the greatest challenge to the rule of law-the use of force. The collaborative response by the United States, the Soviet Union, and other major powers to the Iraqi army's invasion and occupation of Kuwait showed unprecedented unity on the relevance of international law, its rules, and its enforceability through decisions of the UN Security Council. What explains this historic convergence of views? What differences remain about the legality of using armed force in the new international order that is emerging with the end of the Cold War? Law and Force in the New International Order offers a timely and comprehensive inquiry into the growing number of situations where the temptation or necessity to use military force confronts the tenets of international law. Distinguished American and Soviet legal scholars and practitioners explore the idea of the primacy of law over politics, the notion held by some that U.S. military force may be applied for the sake of democracy at a time when Moscow has rejected the Brezhnev Doctrine, the tension between collective security and collective self-defense during the Iraq-Kuwait crisis, and the prospects for the use of force being authorized by the United Nations and regional organizations. The contributors also examine the vexing legal issues raised by interventions to protect human rights, to overthrow "illegitimate" regimes, and to combat international terrorism and drug trafficking; the restraints on the use of force promised by new arms control agreements; and the future role of the World Court and other tribunals in preventing or settling disputes involving the threat or use of force.
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Preface -- Self-Defense -- The Use of Force in the Persian Gulf -- Self-Defense in the Contemporary World -- Allocating Competences to Use Coercion in the Post-Cold War World: Practices, Conditions, and Prospects1 -- Commentary on the Law of Self-Defense -- Commentary on Aggression and Self-Defense -- Collective Security -- Authorized Uses of Force by the United Nations and Regional Organizations -- International Peacekeeping and Enforcement Actions After the Cold War -- Commentary on Collective Security -- Intervention -- Intervention by Invitation -- 127 -- 135 -- 140 -- 143 -- The United Nations and Illegitimate Regimes: When to Intervene to Protect Human Rights -- Intervention Against Illegitimate Regimes1 -- Commentary on Intervention Against Illegitimate Regimes -- Commentary on International Intervention to Promote the Legitimacy of Regimes -- Intervention for Humanitarian Purposes -- 202 -- 212 -- 215 -- 224 -- Intervention to Combat Terrorism and Drug Trafficking -- Limiting the Use of Force: Self-Defense, Terrorism, and Drug Trafficking -- Commentary on the Use of Force Against Terrorism and Drug Trafficking -- Commentary on Intervention to Combat Terrorism and Drug Trafficking -- Arms Control Agreements -- Limitations and Safeguards in Arms Control Agreements -- Commentary on Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Arms Control Agreements -- Commentary on Arms Control Agreements and Dynamic Obligations -- Judicial Procedures -- Judicial Procedures Relating to the Use of Force -- Indirect Aggression in the International Court -- Commentary on Judicial Procedures Relating to the Use of Force -- Commentary on Formal Dispute Mechanisms Other than the International Court of Justice