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Acknowledgments
Selected Abbreviations
Part One – Introductory The Relevance of the Legal Framework
I. Relevance of Legal Analysis. Scope of the Present Research
II. National Interest and National Power
III. Constraints upon National Power and National Interest
A. Domestic Constraints
B. International Constraints
IV. the Notion of Collective Interests and Collective Safeguards
A. Before Adoption of the United Nations Charter
B. After Adoption of the United Nations Charter
C. United Nations and Collective Safeguards of Collective Interests
Part Two The United Nations Security Council
II. Types of Competences of the Security Council
2. Consequences of a Determination
3. Expanded Notion of a Threat to the Peace and Criteria for Determination
4. Threats to the Peace Ratione Personae
6. Threats to the Peace – Internal Situations
7. Threats to the Peace – Violations of International Obligations
8. Threats to the Peace – A Degree-Oriented Perspective
9. Case Study: Resolution 748 (1992)
10. Threats to the Peace – Conclusions
VI. Non-Military Enforcement Measures under Article 41
1. The Functional Designation of Measures
2. Effectivity and Succesfulness of the Measures
3. The Measures and Domestic Jurisdiction of States
VII. Authorisation of Military Force under Article 42
1. Conceptual Background for Authorisations under Article 42
2. The Nature and Legal Consequences of Authorisations
3. Restrictions Governing Authorisations
A. Regional Arrangements in the Context of Chapter VIII of the UN Charter
B. The Notion of “Humanitarian Intervention” in General
C. References to “Humanitarian Intervention”in Case of Kosovo
E. Non-Condemnation of NATO Action by the Security Council
F. NATO Action in Kosovo and International Humanitarian Law
Part Six Peace-Keeping Forces – The Legal Basis for Establishment
I. Introduction
II. The Security Council
1. Powers under Chapter VI of the Charter
2. Powers under Chapter VII of the Charter
3. An Interim Conclusion
4. Case Study: ONUC
5. Case Study:UNPROFOR and KFOR
6. Institutional Prerequisites: Article 29 of the Charter
III. The General Assembly
IV. The Secretary-General
3. Institutional Prerequisites: Article 7 of the Charter
V. Regional Organisations
1. Legal Principles and Policy Considerations
2. Case Study: CIS Forces in Abkhazia(Georgia)
Some Conclusions
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Legal Aspects of Global and Regional International Security

Legal Aspects of Global and Regional International Security

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