The United Nations and Peace Enforcement: Wars, Terrorism and Democracy
This original text studies the UN system for the maintenance of international peace and security in the face of threats to the peace, breaches of the peace and acts of aggression. The book will appeal to both to students of the UN and humanitarian intervention, but also to international lawyers and political philosophers concerned with questions of intervention and sovereignty.
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