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Just war or just peace? : humanitarian intervention and international law 1st pbk. ed

Just war or just peace? : humanitarian intervention and international law 1st pbk. ed

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Chesterman, Simon.
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Just war or just peace? : humanitarian intervention and international law / Simon Chesterman.
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1st pbk. ed.
발행사항
Oxford :   Oxford University Press,   2002, c2001.  
형태사항
xxviii, 295 p. ; 24 cm.
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019925799X (pbk.) 0199243379 9780199257997 (pbk.)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [260]-282) and index.
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Simon Chesterman(지은이)

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CONTENTS
Table of Cases = xvii
Table of Treaties and UN Resolutions
  Treaties = xix
  Security Council Resolutions = xx
  General Assembly Resolutions = xxiii
Abbreviations = xxv
Abstract = xxix
Introduction = 1
1. The Just War : The origins of humanitarian intervention = 7
  1. Classical precursors to humanitarian intervention = 8
    1.1 War as punishment = 10
    1.2 War on behalf of the oppressed = 13
  2. Non-intervention = 16
    2.1 Positivism in international law = 16
    2.2 Non-intervention and 'the Hegelian myth' = 20
    2.3 Non-intervention at the start of the nineteenth century = 22
  3. State practice, 1815-1945 = 24
    3.1 Non-coercive interference = 25
    3.2 Non-humanitarian interventions = 26
    3.3 Joint intervention of Great Britain, France, and Russia in aid of Greek insurgents, 1827 = 28
    3.4 French occupation of Syria, 1860-1 = 32
    3.5 US intervention in Cuba, 1898 = 33
  4. Humanitarian intervention in the early twentieth century = 35
    4.1 Humanitarian intervention as a legal right = 36
      4.1.1 Intervention as a police measure = 36
      4.1.2 Intervention on behalf of the oppressed = 37
    4.2 Humanitarian intervention proscribed = 38
    4.3 Humanitarian intervention as political and unavoidable = 39
    4.4 Collective intervention = 40
  Conclusion = 42
2. The Scourge of War : Humanitarian intervention and the prohibition of the use of force in the UN Charter = 45
  1. Humanitarian intervention as compatible with Article 2(4) of the UN Charter = 47
    1.1 'Against the territorial integrity or political independence of any State' = 48
    1.2 '...or in any other manner inconsistent with the Purposes of the United Nations' = 52
  2. Humanitarian intervention as customary international law = 53
    2.1 Self-help and the UN Charter = 54
      2.1.1 Self-help as world order : Reisman = 55
      2.1.2 Fundamental change of circumstances : Tes o' n = 56
    2.2 A new norm of customary international law? = 57
      2.2.1 Modification of treaties by custom = 57
      2.2.2 Norms of jus cogens and treaty modification = 60
      2.2.3 The Nicaragua case = 60
      2.2.4 Criteria for the formation of new rules of customary international law = 62
    2.3 State practice and opinio juris = 63
      2.3.1 Belgian intervention in the Congo(L e' opoldville), 1960 = 65
      2.3.2 Belgian and US intervention in the Congo, 1964(the Stanleyville Operation) = 66
      2.3.3 US intervention in the Dominican Republic, 1965 = 69
      2.3.4 Indian intervention in East Pakistan/Bangladesh, 1971 = 71
      2.3.5 Israeli intervention in Uganda, 1976(the Entebbe Operation) = 75
      2.3.6 Belgian and French intervention in Za i ·· re, 1978 = 76
      2.3.7 Tanzanian intervention in Uganda, 1978-9 = 77
      2.3.8 Vietnamese intervention in Kampuchea(Cambodia), 1978-79 = 79
      2.3.9 French intervention in the Central African Empire/Republic, 1979 = 81
      2.3.10 US intervention in Grenada, 1983 = 83
      2.3.11 US intervention in Panama, 1989-90 = 83
      2.3.12 'Collective' humanitarian interventions, 1990-9 = 83
    2.4 Evaluation of state practice and opinio juris = 84
  Conclusion = 86
3. 'You, the People' : Unilateral intervention to promote democracy = 88
  1. Unilateral pro-democratic intervention in theory = 91
    1.1 Popular sovereignty = 91
    1.2 The Reagan Doctrine = 93
    1.3 The Copenhagen Document = 94
    1.4 Legitimacy, recognition, and intervention = 96
  2. Unilateral pro-democratic intervention in practice = 99
    2.1 US intervention in Grenada, 1983 = 99
    2.2 US intervention in Panama, 1989 = 102
    2.3 Evaluation of state practice = 106
  Concluding thoughts on 'kind-hearted gunmen' = 109
4. The New Interventionism : Threats to international peace and security and Security Council actions under Chapter Ⅶ of the UN Charter = 112
  1. The expanding role of the Security Council = 113
    1.1 Chapter Ⅶ actions prior to 1990 = 114
      1.1.1. Enforcement actions prior to 1990 = 115
      1.1.2 Alternatives to Security Council action = 118
      1.1.3 The Security Council and the Cold War = 120
    1.2 A 'new world order'? Chapter Ⅶ actions, 1990-9 = 121
  2. The requirement of a 'threat to the peace' = 124
    2.1 Chapter Ⅶ of the UN Charter = 124
    2.2 Multiple resolutions under Chapter Ⅶ = 126
    2.3 Security Council practice = 126
  3. The changing definition of a 'threat to the peace' = 127
    3.1 Internal armed conflicts = 128
      3.1.1 Iraqi treatment of the Kurds, 1991 = 130
      3.1.2 Yugoslavia, 1991 = 133
      3.1.3 Liberia, 1990-2 = 134
      3.1.4 Angola, 1992- = 137
      3.1.5 Central African Republic, 1996-8 = 138
      3.1.6 Internal armed conflict as a threat to peace and security = 139
    3.2 Humanitarian crises = 140
      3.2.1 Somalia, 1992-3 = 140
      3.2.2 Rwanda, 1994 = 144
      3.2.3 Eastern Za i ·· re, 1996 = 147
      3.2.4 Albania, 1997 = 148
      3.2.5 East Timor, 1999 = 149
      3.2.6 Humanitarian crises as threats to peace and security = 151
    3.3 Disruption to democracy = 151
      3.3.1 Haiti, 1991-4 = 152
      3.3.2 Sierra Leone, 1997-8 = 155
      3.3.3 Disruption to democracy as a threat to peace and security = 157
  Conclusion = 160
5. Passing the Baton : The delegation of Security Council enforcement powers from Kuwait to Kosovo = 163
  1. The delegation of Security Council enforcement powers = 165
    1.1 Action by the Security Council under Article 42 = 171
    1.2 Action under the command of the Secretary-General = 172
    1.3 Action by any state = 174
    1.4 Action by nominated state(s) = 175
      1.4.1 Authorization excluding (a) certain state(s) = 175
      1.4.2 Authorization to participate in an operation led by a nominated state = 175
      1.4.3 Authorization solely to nominated state(s) = 176
    1.5 Action by regional arrangements(or agencies) = 177
    1.6 Trends in delegation = 179
  2. The willing and the able = 180
    2.1 Offers of acting states = 180
    2.2 The changing role of the Secretary-General = 182
  3. Extent of the mandate = 185
    3.1 The 'Mogadishu line' = 185
    3.2 Reporting requirements and Security Council oversight = 187
    3.3 The 'reverse veto' = 189
  4. Passing the baton = 195
    4.1 Northern and southern Iraq, 1991- = 196
      4.1.1 Operation Provide Comfort and the no-fly zones = 196
      4.1.2 Legal rationales for the no-fly zones = 199
        (ⅰ) Action 'consistent with' resolution 688(1991) = 200
        (ⅱ) The continuing operation of resolution 678(1990) = 201
        (ⅲ) Humanitarian intervention = 203
        (ⅳ) Self-defence = 205
      4.1.3 After the storm = 206
    4.2 Kosovo, 1998-9 = 206
      4.2.1 Origins of the conflict = 207
      4.2.2 Security Council response, March-October 1998 = 207
      4.2.3 Operation Allied Force, March-June 1999 = 210
      4.2.4 The exception and the rule = 215
  Conclusion = 217
6. Just War or Just Peace? Humanitarian intervention, in humanitarian non-intervention, and other peace strategies = 219
  1. Do something or do nothing = 220
    1.1 Unilateral action and collective inaction = 221
    1.2 Humanitarian war = 222
    1.3 Diplomacy and force = 223
  2. The exception and the rule = 226
  3. The UN and an international nile of law = 232
  Conclusion = 234
Appendices = 237
  1. Chapter Ⅶ resolutions, 1946-89 = 237
  2. Chapter Ⅶ resolutions, 1990-9 = 237
  3. Security Council determinations of threats to international peace and security, 1990-9 = 238
  4. Security Council authorizations to use force = 241
    4.1 Authorizations to use 'all necessary means' or equivalent = 241
    4.2 Limited authorizations to use force = 249
    4.3 'Muscular' peacekeeping operations = 252
    4.4 Ex post facto or questionable authorizations = 255
Bibliography = 260
Index = 283

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