UN peacekeeping under Kofi Annan: recourse to force

Sloan, J. (2008) UN peacekeeping under Kofi Annan: recourse to force. In: Langholtz, H., Kondoch, B. and Wells, A. (eds.) International Peacekeeping: the yearbook of international peace operations. Martinus Nijhoff: Leiden, pp. 51-82. ISBN 9789004165236

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During the Secretary-Generalship of Kofi Annan (1998-2007) there was a change in attitude regarding the suitability of the use of military force in UN peacekeeping operations. From 1999 onwards, such operations were routinely authorised under Chapter VII of the UN Charter and some were authorised to use "all necessary means". The discussion considers the reasons for this change and asks whether it has been a successful one.

Item Type:Book Sections
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Sloan, Professor James
Authors: Sloan, J.
Subjects:K Law > KZ Law of Nations
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Law
Publisher:Martinus Nijhoff
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