Published December 22, 1997
by Springer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||340|
Nations Peace-Keeping Operations: Debriefing and Lessons. Report and Recommendations of the International Conference Singapore, December , Kluwer Law International, London, ISBN: ; pages; no index; prize: 95 US$. Nassrine Azimi (ed.), Humanitarian Action and Peace-Keeping Operations: Debriefing and Lessons. The reform process of United Nations Peace Operations: debriefing and lessons. Statement. The UNITAR - IPS - JIIA Conference , Singapore April which were so well reflected in the excellent book on the "Nexus between peace-keeping and peace-building". and humanitarian action on the other, while at the same time. DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigationAuthor: M.Y.A. Zieck. Humanitarian Action and Peace-keeping Operations: Debriefing and Lessons Excerpt: Report of the Singapore Conference organised by the Institute of Policy Studies, the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and the National Institute for Research Advancement (NIRA) of Japan.
The laws governing humanitarian action stand at the intersection of several fields of international law, regional agreements, soft law and domestic law. Through in-depth case studies and analyses, expert scholars and practitioners come together to offer interdisciplinary approaches which include contributions from legal policy, international. Humanitarian action and peace-keeping operations debriefing and lessons report and recommendations of the International Conference Singapore, February Books. Northern Ireland between war and peace the political future of Northern Ireland. A Background Paper for the UNITAR/IPS/NIRA Singapore Conference. Feb. , Larry Minear, Co-Director and Principal Researcher Humanitarianism and War Project, Brown University. This year’s conference will focus on the relationships between humanitarian action and peacekeeping operations, reviewing past operations and formulating recommendations for the future. In contrast to modern state humanitarian action with its strong emphasis on human rights and liberties, humanitarian action of the Cold War period could be considered as purely neo-realist. Responsibility to protect, a term widely accepted in our days, was mostly understood through the lens of arms race and superpower competition.
Greenwood, Christopher, ‘International Humanitarian Law and United Nations Military Operations’, in Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law. The Hague: TMC Asser Press, , pp. 3– Grotius, Hugo, ‘ Comentarius in Theses XI’: An Early Treatise on Sovereignty, the Just War and the Legitimacy of the Dutch Revolt (Commentary. In the book: Humanitarian action and peace-keeping operations: debriefing and lessons. Report and recommendations of the International Conference Singapore, February The Hague etc., Kluwer Law International, p. [Comprises: Background paper, by Trevor Findlay: UNAMIR and the Rwandan humanitarian catastrophe. Humanitarian Action and the ‘War on Terror’: A Review of Issues, (London: Humanitarian Policy Group, (). Humanitarian Actions and Peace-keeping Operations: Debriefing and Lessons Report and Recommendations. United Nations peacekeeping remains one of the most effective tools to respond to today’s challenges of global peace and security. Every day, women and men who serve under the UN flag, put their lives on the line, protecting millions of civilians at risk, supporting fragile political processes and sustaining peace. They have been successful in helping [ ].