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2000

International Law

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Watching The Watchdogs: Holding The Un Accountable For International Humanitarian Law Violations Of The ‘Blue Helmets’, Jackson N. Maogoto Jan 2000

Watching The Watchdogs: Holding The Un Accountable For International Humanitarian Law Violations Of The ‘Blue Helmets’, Jackson N. Maogoto

Jackson Nyamuya Maogoto

The political climate is ripe for the United Nations system to successfully and effectively provide global collective security. Now that relations have improved between the ‘East’ and ‘West’ the United Nations will indeed be able to broaden its role, and perhaps operate to its full capacity - to call into being the ‘New World Order,’ characterised by a Security Council able to respond swiftly and effectively to aggression and massive human rights violations through ‘police action’. However the significant and documented international humanitarian law violations by UN forces in the 1990s has raised the stakes. Thrice in the last decade of ...


Wto Blue-Green Blues: The Impact Of U.S. Domestic Politics On Trade-Labor, Trade-Environment Linkages For The Wto's Future, Gregory C. Shaffer Jan 2000

Wto Blue-Green Blues: The Impact Of U.S. Domestic Politics On Trade-Labor, Trade-Environment Linkages For The Wto's Future, Gregory C. Shaffer

Gregory C Shaffer

No abstract provided.


Globalization And Social Protection: The Impact Of Eu And International Rules In The Ratcheting Up Of U.S. Data Privacy Standards, Gregory C. Shaffer Jan 2000

Globalization And Social Protection: The Impact Of Eu And International Rules In The Ratcheting Up Of U.S. Data Privacy Standards, Gregory C. Shaffer

Gregory C Shaffer

No abstract provided.