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United Nations Reform and the New Collective Security

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521515436)

United Nations Reform and the New Collective Security
Cambridge University Press
9780521515436 - United Nations Reform and the New Collective Security - By Peter G. Danchin and Horst Fischer
Table of Contents

Contents

List of contributors
vii
Series editors’ preface
xiii
Preface
xv
List of abbreviations
xvii
Introduction: the new collective security
Peter G. Danchin and Horst Fischer
1
Part I    Law and politics in United Nations reform
33
1         Things fall apart: the concept of collective security in international law
Peter G. Danchin
35
2         Reflections on the politics of institutional reform
Jan Klabbers
76
3         Great Powers then and now: Security Council reform and responses to threats to peace and security
Lauri Mälksoo
94
Part II   Defining “threats” to collective security
115
4         Assessing the High-Level Panel Report: rethinking the causes and consequences of threats to collective security
Maxwell O. Chibundu
117
5         Collective security and the responsibility to protect
George Andreopoulos
155
6         Responses to nonmilitary threats: environment, disease, and technology
Joachim Wolf
173
Part III  Prevention and responses
193
7         On the far side of conflict: the UN Peacebuilding Commission as optical illusion
Dirk Salomons
195
8         The new peacebuilding architecture: an institutional innovation of the United Nations
Ejeviome Eloho Otobo
212
9         The World Summit process and UN sanctions reform: between rhetoric and force
Jeremy Farrall
235
10        The UN response to the evolving threat of global terrorism: institutional reform, rivalry, or renewal?
Eric Rosand
250
11        International justice and collective security: between pragmatism and principle
Carmen Márquez Carrasco
282
Part IV   Perspectives on the ground
311
12        Developing security in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo: MONUC as a practical example of (failing) collective security
Dennis Dijkzeul
313
13        Indirect power: a critical look at civil society in the new Human Rights Council
Elizabeth Salmón
343
14        Collective security: a village-eye view
J. Paul Martin and Benedicto Q. Sánchez
365
Bibliography
394
Index
422



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