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0754640922
Author:
Neil Fenton
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Foreign & International Law
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English
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Ashgate Pub Ltd (June 2, 2004)
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246 pages
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Understanding the UN Security Council.

Understanding the UN Security Council. This impressive work sheds light on the recent history of the UN Security Council (UNSC), examining how the penchant for UN-backed humanitarian intervention in the 1990s has given way to an impotent UNSC, unable to play a meaningful role in the war in Iraq. It examines the precepts that govern UNSC politics, including the sanctity of sovereign states, the norm of non-intervention and state interests.

Central to the discussion is the question of consent and the extent to which the Council h.

Fenton, Neil (2004). Understanding the UN Security Council: coercion or consent?. Mission to Somalia – First UN goal is security, political outlook is murky". Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. p. 85. ISBN 978-0-7546-4092-9.

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This impressive work sheds light on the recent history of the UN Security Council (UNSC), examining how the penchant for UN-backed humanitarian intervention in the 1990s has given way to an impotent UNSC, unable to play a meaningful role in the war in Iraq.

This impressive work sheds light on the recent history of the UN Security Council (UNSC), examining how the penchant for UN-backed humanitarian intervention in the 1990s has given way to an impotent UNSC, unable to play a meaningful role in the war in Iraq.

Coercion or Consent? by: Neil Fenton. Publisher: Routledge. Print ISBN: 9780815398738, 0815398735.

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Staff View for: Understanding the UN Security Council . Published: Aldershot, Hampshire, England : Ashgate, c2004.

Published: Aldershot, Hampshire, England : Ashgate, c2004.

The Security Council confirmed the intention of the international community to restore democracy in Haiti and the return of President . Fenton, Neil (2004). 112.

The Security Council confirmed the intention of the international community to restore democracy in Haiti and the return of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. The need for free and fair elections, as called for in the constitution, was stressed. Killings, illegal detentions, abductions, disappearances, instances of rape, the denial of freedom of expression and the impunity under which armed citizens operated were all condemned.

Understanding the UN Security Council: Coercion or Consent? Burlington, V. Ashgate. Constructing Norms of Humanitarian Intervention. New York: Columbia University Press. The Optimal Degree of Commitment to an Intermediate Monetary Target. Quarterly Journal of Economics 100 (4):1169–89.

The author examines the actions of the UN Security Council in northern Iraq, Somalia, Haiti, Rwanda, and Bosnia in order to analyze the development of the Council's peacekeeping initiatives in the early 1990s. Central to the discussion is the question of consent and the extent to which the Council h