Tuesday, March 24, 2009

New Issue: Journal of International Peacekeeping

The latest issue of the Journal of International Peacekeeping (Vol 13, nos. 1-2, January 2009) is out. (The journal is a continuation of the journal and yearbook International Peacekeeping.) Contents include:
  • Boris Kondoch & Harvey Langholtz, The Aims and Objectives of the Journal of International Peacekeeping
  • Alexander Orakhelashvili, Kosovo and the United Nations System
  • Paul F. Diehl & Daniel Druckman, Dimensions of the Conflict Environment: Implications for Peace Operation Success
  • Jaïr van der Lijn, If Only There Were a Blueprint! Factors for Success and Failure of UN Peace-Building Operations
  • Chiyuki Aoi, Beyond "Activism-Lite"?: Issues in Japanese Participation in Peace Operations
  • Liu Tiewa, Marching for a More Open, Confident and Responsible Great Power: Explaining China's Involvement in UN Peacekeeping Operations
  • Stéphanie Vig, The Conflictual Promises of the United Nations' Rule of Law Agenda: Challenges for Post-Conflict Societies
  • Heike Krieger, A Credibility Gap: The Behrami and Saramati Decision of the European Court of Human Rights
  • Aurel Sari, The Al-Jedda Case before the House of Lords
  • Otto Spijkers, The Immunity of the United Nations in Relation to the Genocide in Srebrenica in the Eyes of a Dutch District Court