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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Bailliet, Cecilia. Larsen, Kjetil Mujezinović.
Title Statement
Promoting peace through international law / edited by Cecilia Marcela Bailliet and Kjetil Mujezinović Larsen.
판사항
First edition.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Oxford, United Kingdom :   Oxford University Press,   2015.  
Physical Medium
xliii, 447 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780198722731 (hbk.) 0198722737 (hbk.)
Content Notes
Introduction: Promoting peace through international law / Cecilia M. Bailliet and Kjetil Mujezinović Larsen -- The politics of peace and law : realism, internationalism and the cosmopolitan challenge / Kristoffer Lidén and Henrik Syse -- Normative foundation of the international law of peace / Cecilia M. Bailliet -- The good faith obligation to maintain international peace and security and the pacific settlement of disputes / Simon O'Connor and Cecilia M. Bailliet -- Protecting which peace for whom against what? A conceptual analysis of collective security / Pål Wrange -- Protection of human rights and the maintenance of international peace and security : necessary precondition or a clash of interests? / Ola Engdahl -- Human rights violations and conflict risk : a theoretical and empirical assessment / Kjersti Skarstad -- Traps of violence : a human rights analysis of relationships between peace and development / Bård A. Andreassen -- Environmentally sustainable development and peace : the role of international law / Christina Voigt -- World peace through world trade? The role of dispute settlement in the WTO / Ole Kristian Fauchald -- The potential of the arms trade treaty to reduce violations of international humanitarian law and human rights law / Gro Nystuen and Kjølv Egeland -- Non-discrimination and equality as the foundations of peace / Vibeke Blaker Strand -- Refugees and peace / Maja Janmyr -- Barely begun : the inclusion of women as peacemakers, peacekeepers, and peacebuilders in international law and practice / Cornelia Weiss -- United Nations peace operations and international law : what kind of law promotes what kind of peace? / Kjetil Mujezinović Larsen -- It's about trust : transitional justice and accountability in the search for peace / Jemima García-Godos -- The role and contribution of international courts in furthering peace as an essential community interest / Gentian Zyberi -- International fact-finding mechanisms : lighting candles or cursing darkness? / Cecilie Hellestveit -- The constitutional dimension of peace / Azin Tadjdini -- Education for peace : epilogue / Maria D. Sommardahl.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
International law. Security, International.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

CONTENTS
Table of Judgments and Decisions = xix
List of Abbreviations and Acronyms = xxxv
Notes on the Contributors = xxxix
1. Introduction : Promoting Peace through International Law / Cecilia M. Bailliet ; Kjetil Mujezinović Larsen = 1
 1. Introduction = 1
 2. Definition of the Components of Peace = 2
 3. The Law of Peace According to the UN Chatter = 5
 4. The Debate within International Law on the 'Right to Peace' = 8
 5. Overview and Delimitations = 11
Ⅰ. THE NORMATIVE SCOPE OF PEACE AND ITS EXCEPTIONS
 2. The Politics of Peace and Law : Realism, Internationalism and the Cosmopolitan Challenge / Kristoffer Lidén ; Henrik Syse = 21
  1. Introduction = 21
  2. The Logic of the Law : From the Reason of the State to the Reason of the Citizen = 24
  3. Peace and International Law = 33
  4. Conclusion = 41
 3. Normative Foundation of the International Law of Peace / Cecilia M. Bailliet = 43
  1. Peaceful Coexistence = 43
  2. Peaceful Coexistence and the UN Declaration on Principles of International Law Concerning Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States = 47
  3. Further Normative Offspring of Peaceful Coexistence : Disarmament and the Prohibition of Aggression = 48
  4. Peaceful Coexistence within the UN Charter = 50
  5. Present Reference to Peaceful Coexistence = 51
  6. Whether Peace May be Considered a Human Right = 53
  7. Opinio Juris on the Right to Peace - State Views = 59
  8. Conclusion : Towards Implementation of Peace = 62
 4. The Good Faith Obligation to Maintain International Peace and Security and the Pacific Settlement of Disputes / Simon O'Connor ; Cecilia M. Bailliet = 66
  1. Introduction = 66
  2. Maintenance and Not Endangering = 68
  3. The Obligation to Negotiate = 70
  4. Good Faith and Promises = 71
  5. Pacific Settlement of Disputes within the UN = 74
  6. Pacific Settlement of Disputes : Regional Instruments and Institutions = 79
  7. Conclusion = 85
 5. Protecting Which Peace for Whom against What? A Conceptual Analysis of Collective Security / Pål Wrange = 86
  1. Introduction = 86
  2. Dimensions of Collective Security = 90
  3. Final Words = 107
 6. Protection of Human Rights and the Maintenance of International Peace and Security : Necessary Precondition or a Clash of Interests? / Ola Engdahl = 109
  1. Introduction = 109
  2. International Peace and Security = 111
  3. Responsibility to Protect = 112
  4. Peace as a Human Right = 119
  5. The Draft Declaration of 2012 = 121
  6. Should the Balance between International Peace and Security and Protection of Human Rights be Shifted? = 125
  7. Conclusions = 129
Ⅱ. PRECONDITIONS OF PEACE
 7. Human Rights Violations and Conflict Risk : A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment / Kjersti Skarstad = 133
  1. Introduction = 133
  2. The State of Current Empirical Conflict Literature = 135
  3. Theoretical Framework : Human Rights Violations as Conflict Multipliers and Conflict Facilitators = 137
  4. Empirical Analyses : Do Human Rights Violations Increase the Risk of Violent Civil Conflicts? = 142
  5. Conclusion = 147
 8. Traps of Violence : A Human Rights Analysis of Relationships between Peace and Development / Bård A. Andreassen = 148
  1. Introduction = 148
  2. Normative Foundations of the Rights to Peace and Development Nexus = 149
  3. Structural Violence, Violent Conflict, and Development = 151
  4. Tire Traps of Violence : Experiences and Evidence = 155
  5. Changing Patterns of Violence and Structural Bases for Peace = 159
  6. Institutional Responses to Structural Violence and Building Positive Peace = 162
  7. Conclusion = 167
 9. Environmentally Sustainable Development and Peace : The Role of International Law / Christina Voigt = 168
  1. Introduction = 168
  2. The Challenges of Resource Scarcity and Abundance = 170
  3. Sustainable Development and Peace = 176
  4. International Environmental Law and Peaceful Cooperation = 179
  5. Climate Change and Peaceful Cooperation for Sustainable Development : The Example of the UN Climate Change Regime = 181
  6. Conclusions = 189
 10. World Peace through World Trade? The Role of Dispute Settlement in the WTO / Ole Kristian Fauchald = 191
  1. Introduction = 191
  2. The Context = 194
  3. Balancing Effectiveness and Peace-Related Functions = 197
  4. The Peace-Related Functions of the DSM in Practice = 203
  5. Concluding Remarks = 208
 11. The Potential of the Arms Trade Treaty to Reduce Violations of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law / Gro Nystuen ; Kjølv Egeland = 209
  1. Introduction = 209
  2. Background = 211
  3. The ATT Negotiation History and Consensus Requirement = 214
  4. Outcome of the ATT Negotiations : Key Provisions of the Treaty = 217
  5. A Reflection on the Field : Peace Studies and International Law = 223
  6. Conclusion = 225
Ⅲ. CIVIL SOCIETY PARTICIPATION IN THE PROMOTION AND SAFEGUARDING OF PEACE
 12. Non-Discrimination and Equality as the Foundations of Peace / Vibeke Blaker Strand = 229
  1. Introduction = 229
  2. Struggles from Below : Some Examples = 233
  3. Substantive Equality and Peace = 235
  4. The Founding of Peace through Non-Discrimination and Equality = 236
  5. Integrating Civil Society While Moving Forward = 248
 13. Refugees and Peace / Maja Janmyr = 252
  1. Introduction = 252
  2. Grounds for Asylum and Refugee Status = 253
  3. Peace and Threats against Peace in Exile = 261
  4. Refugees as Contributors to Peace = 265
  5. Conclusions : New Approaches to Securing Refugee Peace? = 272
 14. Barely Begun : The Inclusion of Women as Peacemakers, Peacekeepers, and Peacebuilders in International Law and Practice / Cornelia Weiss = 274
  1. Introduction = 274
  2. Inclusion, Peacemaking, Peacekeeping, and Peacebuilding Definitions = 275
  3. Data = 276
  4. The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women = 277
  5. CEDAW's Compliance Mechanisms = 278
  6. UN Security Council Resolutions Regarding Women Peacemakers, Peacekeepers, and Peacebuilders = 280
  7. The Legal Effect of UN Security Council Resolutions Regarding Women as Peacemakers, Peacekeepers, and Peacebuilders = 281
  8. CEDAW, the UN, and the UNSCR 1325 Family of Resolutions = 285
  9. Inclusion Beyond Words : Influencing Behaviour when the Law Does Not = 295
  10. Conclusion = 296
Ⅳ. INSTITUTIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF PEACE
 15. United Nations Peace Operations and International Law : What Kind of Law Promotes What Kind of Peace? / Kjetil Mujezinović Larsen = 299
  1. The Purpose of this = 299
  2. Creation of Peace Operations : The Role of International Law = 300
  3. The Concept of 'Peace' in Peace Operations = 302
  4. Contemporary Mandates = 306
  5. The Unclear 'Law of Peace Operations' = 311
  6. Conclusions = 319
 16. It's About Trust : Transitional Justice and Accountability in the Search for Peace / Jemima García-Godos = 321
  1. Introduction = 321
  2. The Justice and Peace Debate = 323
  3. Victim's Rights : Are They Important for Positive Peace? = 325
  4. Addressing Victims' Rights : Mechanisms of Transitional Justice and Their Contribution to Peace = 328
  5. Conclusions : Building Trust through Accountability and Justice = 342
 17. The Role and Contribution of International Courts in Furthering Peace as an Essential Community Interest / Gentian Zyberi = 344
  1. Introduction = 344
  2. The Multifaceted Role of International Courts with Regard to Promoting, Maintaining, or Restoring Peace = 347
  3. Concluding Remarks = 365
 18. International Fact-Finding Mechanisms : Lighting Candles or Cursing Darkness? / Cecilie Hellestveit = 368
  1. Introduction = 368
  2. Different International Fact-Finding Mechanisms = 370
  3. The Role of Fact-Finding in Strengthening the International Architecture of Peace = 382
  4. A Range of Dilemmas Facing Fact-Finding Mechanisms = 385
  5. The Future Role of Fact-Finding in the International Architecture of Peace = 394
 19. The Constitutional Dimension of Peace / Azin Tadjdini = 395
  1. Introduction : Linking Constitutions and Peace = 395
  2. The Kantian Theory on Constitutions as a Prerequisite for Peace = 397
  3. Contemporary Constitutional Approaches to Peace = 399
  4. Constitutional Obstacles to Peace = 409
  5. Conclusion = 415
 20. Education for Peace : Epilogue / Maria D. Sommardahl = 416
  1. Introduction = 416
  2. The Right to Education = 418
  3. Education for Peace and Main Challenges = 420
  4. The Relevance of Peace Education = 422
  5. Concluding Remarks = 428
Index = 431

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