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Peace Maintenance in Africa Open Legal Issues

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 23.02.2018
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag
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Peace Maintenance in Africa

This book discusses the many legal aspects arising in relation to the maintenance of peace in Africa. Over the past twenty years, the majority of peace operations have been deployed on this continent, most of them established by the UN Security Council, sometimes in cooperation with the African Union and other African regional organizations, with contributions from the European Union and NATO. In some cases, the African Union has invoked its 'primary responsibility for promoting peace, security and stability in Africa', thus questioning the legal partnership between UN and regional organizations provided for in Chapter VIII of the UN Charter. The peace operations deployed in Africa have sometimes received a very robust mandate, which also includes the use of force and the protection of civilians' human rights. The implementation of this broad mandate, which goes well beyond the traditional 'peacekeeping approach', requires considerable human and economic resources. Moreover, it raises several issues of concern with regard to the impact on the economic and political systems of the states in which the operations are deployed and, more generally, on the exercise of sovereignty over their territorial communities by these states. Offering an update for lawyers in practice and in academia interested in the field of international law, the book also contributes to the theoretical studies concerning the activities of international organizations, focusing on one of the most challenging issues to emerge in recent times.

Giovanni Cellamare is Full Professor of International Law at University of Bari Aldo Moro, where, in the past years, he was also Director of the International and European Union Law Department and Coordinator of the International Studies Faculty Board and of the Ph.D Program in International and EU Law. He is author of several articles and books in the field of International and EU Law, including, among others, Le operazioni di peacekeeping delle organizzazioni regionali (Cacucci 2015), The Activities for the Maintenance of International Peace in the Relationship between the United Nations and Regional Organizations, in Evolutions in the Law of International Organizations (Martinus Nijhoff, 2015), Lezioni su la disciplina dell'immigrazione irregolare nel Diritto dell'Unione europea (Giappichelli, 2012); La disciplina del'immigrazione nell'Unione europea (Giappichelli, 2006); Le operazioni di peace-keeping multifunzionali (Giappichelli, 1999), and Le forme di intervento nel processo dinanzi alla Corte internazionale di giustizia (Cacucci, 1991).
Ivan Ingravallo is Associate Professor of International Law at University of Bari Aldo Moro, where he also teaches EU Law. He graduated cum laude in Law from University of Bari (1996), and he obtained a PhD in International Organization Law from University of Teramo (2003). Ivan Ingravallo has published a book (Il Consiglio di sicurezza e l'amministrazione diretta di territori, Editoriale Scientifica, 2008), co-edited another (Evolutions in the Law of International Organizations, Martinus Nijhoff, forthcoming), and is author of several articles and book chapters on the law of international organizations, international law and EU Law, including, among others, Vingt ans après Maastricht: quelles sont les perspectives de la dimension externe de la citoyenneté européenne? (Revue du droit de l'Union européenne, 2012) and UN Territorial Administrations: Between International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law (Research Handbook on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, eds. R. Kolb and G. Gaggioli, Edward Elgar, 2013). He coordinates the Editorial Committee of the reviews 'Studi sull'integrazione europea' (Cacucci) and 'La Comunità Internazionale' (Editoriale Scientifica).

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    Format: PDF
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Seitenzahl: 190
    Erscheinungsdatum: 23.02.2018
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9783319722931
    Verlag: Springer-Verlag
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