Tuesday, December 20, 2016

New Issue: Journal of International Peacekeeping

The latest issue of the Journal of International Peacekeeping (Vol. 20, nos. 1-2, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Operationalizing Human Rights in Peace Missions
    • Christopher Michaelsen, Introduction: Operationalizing Human Rights in Peace Missions
    • Jeni Whalan, Reforming UN Peace Operations: Will the High-Level Panel’s Report Make a Difference for Human Rights?
    • Tetsuya Toyoda, UN Peacekeeping as the Most Presentable Part of Japan’s 2015 Peace and Security Legislation
    • Hitoshi Nasu, The Legal Quagmire of Civilian Protection in Peacekeeping under Japan’s New Security Legislation
    • Susan Harris Rimmer, Barriers to Operationalising the “Women, Peace & Security” Doctrine in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations
    • Olivera Simić, Policing the Peacekeepers: Disrupting UN Responses to “Crises” Over Sexual Offence Allegations
    • Kevin C. Chang, When Do-Gooders Do Harm: Accountability of the United Nations toward Third Parties in Peace Operations
    • Sophocles Kitharidis, The Power of Article 103 of the UN Charter on Treaty Obligations