Peacekeeping: Global Perspectives, Challenges and Impacts

Pablo Antonio Fernández Sánchez (Editor)
University of Seville, Seville, Spain

Series: International Law and Regulation – Aspects and Horizons
BISAC: LAW051000

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There is no legal instrument specifically designing peacekeeping operations. These operations form part of what legal science calls the subsidiary bodies of international organisations and are not expressly provided for in their founding charters — with the exception, in the case of the EU, of the Treaty of Lisbon.

Any definition of what PKOs are must be established on an ad hoc basis and based on practice.

Without disparaging other international institutions, it is the United Nations, by its universal nature, that can and must harmonise any efforts to achieve such peacekeeping and international security. However, the United Nations cannot assume a monopoly of international peacekeeping and security.

For this reason, this book analyses the peacekeeping activities of the regional organisations, such as the EU, OSCE, NATO, or any other.
Diverse and specific local experiences have been very useful for peacekeeping. This has been the case with the new functions taken on by PKOs such as protection of the cultural heritage, participation of the World Bank, the new war on terrorism, etc., all of which require new analyses that can be included in a more functional context.

Any measures adopted in peacekeeping missions must take gender into account, given its enormous impact and it is therefore essential to examine this issue. These aspects are included in the book.

The study of the impact peacekeeping operations have on human rights, on the financial conditions of the people living in the places to which peacekeepers are deployed, on child protection, etc. are others issues covered within this book.

Preface

Chapter 1. The United Nations Peacekeeping Operations in the Context of Reviewing the UN's Peacebuilding Architecture
(Carmen Parra, PhD, Lecturer in International Law, Universidad Abat Oliba CEU, Barcelona, Spain)

Chapter 2. Peacekeeping and Conflict Prevention: An Old Principle and a New Responsibility
(M. Esther Salamanca, MD, Associate Professor of Public International Law, Department of Public Law, University of Valladolid, Spain)

Chapter 3. Preventive Deployment and Early Warning in the UN’s Agenda: The West African Region as a Scenario for International Security
(Jara Cuadrado, PhD Candidate in International Security, Instituto Universitario General Gutiérrez Mellado, National University of Distance Learning, Madrid, Spain)

Chapter 4. The Future Support of the Armed Forces in Peacekeeping Operations
(Roberto Pereyra-Bordón, PhD, Senior Professor and Faculty Coordinator, Inter-American Defense College, Washington, DC, US)

Chapter 5. The Attribution of Wrongful Acts to Member States And/Or International Organizations in Peacekeeping Operations
(Teresa Russo, PhD, Aggregate Professor of International Organization, Department of Legal Science (School of Law), University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy)

Chapter 6. Is Robust Peacekeeping an Answer to the Spoiler Problem? The Case of the Expanded UNIFIL
(Javier Lion-Bustillo, PhD, Part-time Lecturer, Department of History of Thought and Political Movements, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain)

Chapter 7. The Age of Outsourcing: UN Peacekeeping Operations
(Diego Badell-Sánchez, Researcher at ESADE Center for Public Governance, ESADE Business and Law School, Ramon Llull University, Barcelona, Spain)

Chapter 8. The New Legal Challenges Facing Peacekeeping Operations: The Role of the ICC
(Anna Oriolo, PhD, Associate Professor of International Law, Aggregate Professor of International Criminal Law, Department of Legal Sciences, School of Law, University of Salerno, Salerno Italy)

Chapter 9. Cordons Sanitaires as Instruments for Peacekeeping Operations
(Ana Cristina Gallego-Hernández, PhD, Associate Professor of Public International Law, University Centre San Isidoro, Attached University of Pablo de Olavide, Seville, Spain, and others)

Chapter 10. Peacekeeping and Food Security: Agreements, Clashes and Challenges
(Adriana Fillol, MD, and Gustavo González Geraldino, MD, Researcher and Assistant Professor of Public International Law and International Relations, Public International Law and International Relations Department, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain)

Chapter 11. The EU Comprehensive Approach to Crisis Management Missions and Operations
(Carmen Márquez Carrasco, PhD, Full Tenured Professor, Department of Public International Law and International Relations, Universidad de Sevilla, Seville, Spain)

Chapter 12. Multilevel Operations in the Management of Asymmetric Conflicts: From Growing Cooperation to a Strategic Partnership. Reflections around the Integrated Stabilization Operations in Mali and Central African Republic
(Francisco Jiménez García, PhD, Professor of Public International Law and International Relations, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain)

Chapter 13. The Role of Regional Organizations in Peacekeeping: Shared Responsibilities, New Roles, and Old Uncertainties
(Lucas J. Ruiz-Díaz, PhD, Universidad de Granada, Grenada, Spain)

Chapter 14. NATO Peace Support Operations: A Brief Institutional View
(Andrés B. Muñoz-Mosquera and Nikoleta P. Chalanouli, Legal Advisor, Director, of the NATO Supreme Headquarters Allied Power, Europe (SHAPE), and others)

Chapter 15. The Protection and Respect of the Cultural Heritage and Diversity of Host Countries by United Nations Peacekeeping Operations: Lessons Learnt from Mali
(Félix Vacas Fernández, Associate professor of Public International Law and International Relations, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Madrid, Spain)

Chapter 16. World Bank and Post-Conflict Activities
(Francesco Seatzu, JD, PhD, Full Tenured Professor of International and European Law, University of Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy)

Chapter 17. Portugal and Peacekeeping: A New Foreign Policy Strategy?
(Pedro Ponte e Sousa, Department of Political Studies, New University of Lisbon, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (FCSH-UNL), Lisbon, Portugal, and others)

Chapter 18. Peacekeeping and the Global War on Terrorism
(Michel Liegeois, PhD and Murat Caliskan, MD, Professor, Faculty of Economic, Social and Political Sciences and Communication, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgic, Belgium, and others)

Chapter 19. Women in Peacekeeping: Challenges Ahead and Adopted Measures
(Alfonso J. Iglesias-Velasco, PhD, Senior Lecture of Public International Law, Department of Public Law and Legal Philosophy, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain)

Chapter 20. Gender Mainstreaming in UN Peacekeeping: Impacts and Challenges of Gender in International Peace and Security Policies
(Iker Zirion-Landaluze, PhD, Assistant Professor of Public International Law and International Relations, Department of Public International Law and International Relations, University of the Basque Country, UPV/EHU, Spain)

Chapter 21. Peacekeeping and Sexual Violence: A Complex Mandate of Limited Effectiveness
(Isabel Lirola-Delgado, PhD, Professor of Public International Law, University of Santiago de Compostela, Santiago, Spain)

Chapter 22. Should We Share? The United Nations and Troop-Contributing States Facing International Responsibility for the Sexual Crimes Committed by Peacekeepers
(Raquel Regueiro, PhD, Department of Public International Law and Private International Law, Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain)

Chapter 23. EU International Crisis Management and Human Rights
(Pablo Antonio Fernández-Sánchez, PhD, Full Tenured Professor of Public International Law and International Relations, Universidad de Sevilla, Seville, Spain)

Chapter 24. Operation Sophia: A Point of Inflection in the Migrant Smuggling in the Mediterranean Sea
(María Isabel Nieto-Fernández, PhD, UNISCI/Adjunct Professor in Political Science and International Relations, Social Science Departament, Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, Spain)

Chapter 25. Child Protection in Peacekeeping Operations
(Rocío Alamillos Sánchez, MD, and Laura García Martín, MD, PhD Candidate, International Public Law Department, Universidad de Sevilla, Seville, Spain, and others)

Chapter 26. Peacekeeping Operations Challenges and Economic Impacts: A Nigerian Perspective
(Sani Safiyanu, Roy Anthony Rogers, PhD and Muhammad Danial Azman, PhD, Department of International and Strategic Studies University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

Index

Audience: Professionals, Professors, International Civil Servants, Students, PH D researchers, etc.

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