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Title Strengthening the rule of law through the UN Security Council / edited by Jeremy Farrall and Hilary Charlesworth.
Imprint Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2016.

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Description 1 online resource (xxiii, 303 pages)
Series Challenges of globalisation ; 10
Routledge/challenges of globalisation ; 10.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed April 26, 2016).
Subject United Nations. Security Council.
United Nations. Security Council.
Rule of law.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents Regulating the Rule of Law through the Security Council / Hilary Charlesworth and Jeremy Farrall -- The Security Council and the Rule of Law : Some Conceptual Reflections / Martin Krygier -- Big Rule of Law : Branding and Certifying the Business of the Rule of Law / Veronica L. Taylor -- Accounting for the Absence of the Rule of Law : History, Culture, and Causality / Usha Natarajan -- The Rule of Law Begins at Home / Charles Sampford -- Humanity, Law, Force / Gerry Simpson -- Rule-of-Law Assistance in UN Peace Operations : Securitisation, Sectorisation, and Goal Displacement / Richard Zajac Sannerholm and Frida Wall -- Human Rights vis-à-vis the Rule of Law : Unruly Cousin or Bedrock of the Family? / Annemarie Devereux -- The UN and "Rule-of-Law Constitutions" / Laura Grenfell -- Strengthening the Local Accountability of UN Peacekeeping / Jeni Whalan -- Robust Peacekeeping, Gender, and the Protection of Civilians / Gina Heathcote -- Protection of Civilians and the Rule of Law : Building Synergies between the Agendas / Peter Thomson -- The Office of the Ombudsperson : a Case for Fair Process / Kimberly Prost -- Judicial Challenges to the Security Council's Use of Sanctions / Erika De Wet -- Between Flexibility and Accountability : How can the Security Council Strengthen Oversight of Use-of-Force Mandates? / Karine Bannelier and Théodore Christakis -- Use of Force, Rule-of-Law Restraints, and Process : Unfinished Business for the Responsibility to Protect Concept / Joanna Harrington -- The Force Intervention Brigade and UN Peace Operations : Some Legal Issues / Bruce "Ossie" Oswald -- Peace through Law and the Security Council : Modelling Law Compliance / Mary Ellen O'Connell -- Protecting Responsibly : the Security Council and the Use of Force for Human Protection Purposes / Alex J. Bellamy -- The UN Security Council as regulator and subject of the rule of law : conflict or confluence of interest? / Jeremy Farrall and Marie-Eve Loiselle.
Summary "The UN Security Council formally acknowledged an obligation to promote justice and the rule of law in 2003. This volume examines the extent to which the Council has honoured this commitment when exercising its powers under the UN Charter to maintain international peace and security. It discusses both how the concept of the rule of law regulates, or influences, Security Council activity and how the Council has in turn shaped the notion of the rule of law. It explores in particular how this relationship has affected the Security Council's three most prominent tools for the maintenance of international peace and security: peacekeeping, sanctions and force. In doing so, this volume identifies strategies for better promotion of the rule of law by the Security Council. This book will be of interest to scholars and students of international law, international relations, international development and peacekeeping"--Page i.
Other Author Farrall, Jeremy Matam, editor.
Charlesworth, Hilary, editor.
Other Title Print version: Strengthening the rule of law through the UN Security Council. 9781138959033 1138959030