9781316781951 (electronic book) 131678195X (electronic book)
This book sets out the legal issues surrounding privatized peacekeepers, and asks the essential questions for the debate going forward.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1 Contracting by the UN: Policy and Practice 2 Survey of Existing Opinion and Practice on the Possibility of PMSCs as the Military Component of a UN Peace Operation 3 The Legal Basis for Peacekeeping/Peace Operations 4 Principles of Peacekeeping 5 PMSCs as the Military or Police Component of the Peace Operation 6 The Law Applicable to Peace Operations 7 The Status of PMSC Personnel Under IHL 8 The Impact of Civilian Status on the Rights and Duties of PMSCs: Direct Participation in Hostilities 9 The Use of Force by PMSC Personnel in Self-Defence 10 The Use of Force in Self-Defence in Peace Operations 11 Human Rights Law 12 Attribution of the Actions of PMSCs Active in Peace Operations to States 13 Responsibility of International Organizations 14 Implementation of Responsibility.
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Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 23, 2017).