Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010.
xviii, 431 pages ; 24 cm.
EIUC studies on human rights and democratisation.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction: the new collective security / Peter G. Danchin and Horst Fischer Things fall apart: the concept of collective security in international law / Peter G. Danchin Reflections on the politics of institutional reform / Jan Klabbers Great powers then and now: Security Council reform and responses to threats to peace and security / Lauri Mälksoo Assessing the High-Level Panel Report: rethinking the causes and consequences of threats to collective security / Maxwell O. Chibundu Collective security and the responsibility to protect / George Andreopoulos Responses to nonmilitary threats: environment, disease, and technology / Joachim Wolf On the far side of conflict: the UN Peacebuilding Commission as optical illusion / Dirk Salomons The new peacebuilding architecture: an institutional innovation of the United Nations / Ejeviome Eloho Otoro The World Summit process and UN sanctions reform: between rhetoric and force / Jeremy Farrall The UN response to the evolving threat of global terrorism: institutional reform, rivalry, or renewal? / Eric Rosand International justice and collective security: between pragmatism and principle / Carmen Marquez Carrasco Developing security in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo: MONUC as a practical example of (failing) collective security / Dennis Dijkzeul Indirect power: a critical look at civil society in the new Human Rights Council / Elizabeth Salmón Collective security: a village-eye view / J. Paul Martin and Benedict Q. Sánchez.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 394-421) and index.