Thursday, February 19, 2015

Bailliet & Larsen: Promoting Peace Through International Law

Cecilia Marcela Bailliet (Univ. of Oslo - Law) & Kjetil Mujezinovic Larsen (Univ. of Oslo - Norwegian Centre for Human Rights) have published Promoting Peace Through International Law (Oxford Univ. Press 2015). Contents include:
  • Cecilia M. Bailliet & Kjetil Mujezinovic Larsen, Promoting peace through international law: Introduction
  • Kristoffer Lidén & Henrik Syse, The politics of peace and law: Realism, internationalism and the cosmopolitan challenge
  • Cecilia M. Bailliet, Normative foundation of the international law of peace
  • Simon O'Connor & Cecilia M. Bailliet, The good faith obligation to maintain international peace and security and the pacific settlement of disputes
  • Pål Wrange, Protecting which peace for whom against what? A conceptual analysis of collective security
  • Ola Engdahl, Protection of human rights and the maintenance of international peace and security: Necessary precondition or a clash of interests?
  • Kjersti Skarstad, Human rights violations and conflict risk - a theoretical and empirical assessment
  • Bård A. Andreassen, Traps of violence: A human rights analysis of relationships between peace and development
  • Christina Voigt, Environmentally sustainable development and peace: The role of international law
  • Ole Kristian Fauchald, World peace through world trade? The role of dispute settlement in the WTO
  • Gro Nystuen & Kjølv Egeland, The potential of the Arms Trade Treaty to reduce violations of international humanitarian law and human rights law
  • Vibeke Blaker Strand, Non-discrimination and equality as the foundation of peace
  • Maja Janmyr, Refugees and peace
  • Cornelia Weiss, Barely begun: The inclusion of women as peacemakers, peacekeepers, and peacebuilders in international law and practice
  • Kjetil Mujezinovic Larsen, United Nations peace operations and international law: What kind of law promotes what kind of peace?
  • Jemima García-Godos, It's about trust: Transitional justice and accountability in the search for peace
  • Gentian Zyberi, The role and contribution of international courts in furthering peace as an essential community interest
  • Cecilie Hellestveit, International fact-finding mechanisms - lighting candles or cursing darkness?
  • Azin Tadjdini, The constitutional dimension of peace
  • Maria D. Sommardahl, Education for peace: Epilogue