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Humanitarian Occupation

Embracing mainstream worldwide regulation, this part on humanitarian occupation explores the context, historical past and effect of the world of the regulation coated here.

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  • The entry “humanitarian occupation” within the Parry and Grant Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Worldwide Law (presently, the Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law, 2009), Oxford University Press
  • Arend, A., and Beck, R. (1993) Worldwide Law and the Use of Drive. London: Routledge.
  • Barnett, M. (2008) Humanitarianism: A History. In M. Barnett and T. Weiss (eds.) Humanitarianism in Query. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, pp. 21–9.
  • Bass, G. (2008) Freedom’s Battle: The Origins of Humanitarian Intervention. New York: Knopf.
  • Benjamin, B. (1992) Unilateral Humanitarian Intervention: Legalizing the Use of Pressure to Forestall Human Rights Atrocities. Fordham Worldwide Law Journal 16 (2), 120–58.
  • Chayes, A., and Chayes, A. (1999) Planning for Intervention: International Cooperation in Battle Management. London: Kluwer.
  • Chopra, J., and Weiss, T. (1992) Sovereignty is not any Longer Sacrosanct: Codifying Humanitarian Intervention. Ethics and Worldwide Affairs 6 (1), 95–117.
  • Connaughton, R. (1992) Army Intervention within the 1990s: A New Logic of Struggle. London: Routledge.
  • Crawford, N. (2002) Argument and Change in World Politics: Ethics, Decolonization, and Humanitarian Intervention. Cambridge: Cambridge College Press.
  • Danish Institute of International Affairs (1999) Humanitarian Intervention: Legal and Political Features. Copenhagen: Danish Institute of International Affairs.
  • Des Forges, A. (1999) Depart None to Inform the Story: Genocide in Rwanda. New York: Human Rights Watch.
  • Donnelly, J. (2002) Genocide and Humanitarian Intervention. Journal of Human Rights 1 (1), 93–109.
  • Durch, W.J., Holt, V.Okay., Earle, C.R., et al. (2003) The Brahimi Report and the Future of UN Peace Operations. Washington: Henry L. Stimson Middle.
  • Farrell, T. (2005) The Norms of Warfare: Cultural Beliefs and Trendy Conflict. Boulder: Lynne Reinner.
  • Franck, T.M. (2003) Interpretations and Change within the Law of Humanitarian Intervention. In J.L. Holzgrefe and R.O. Keohane (eds.) Humanitarian Intervention: Ethical, Authorized and Political Dilemmas. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 204–31.
  • Grey, C. (2002) The RMA and Intervention: A Skeptical View. In C. McInnes and J. Wheeler (eds.) Dimensions of Western Army Intervention. London: Frank Cass, pp. 52–65.
  • Heinze, E. (2004) Law, Drive, and Human Rights: The Search for a Sufficiently Principled Authorized Foundation for Humanitarian Intervention. Journal of Battle Research 24 (2).
  • Hoffmann, S. (1995/6) The Politics and Ethics of Army Intervention. Survival 37 (four), 29–51.
  • Holzgrefe, J.L., and Keohane, R.O. (2003) Humanitarian Intervention: Moral, Authorized and Political Dilemmas. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • ICISS (2009) Bibliography.
  • ICRC (2005) 1949 Conventions and Further Protocols.
  • Knudsen, T. (1997) European Approaches to Humanitarian Intervention: From Just Warfare to Help and Again Again? In T. Knudsen (ed.) European Approaches to Crisis Management. Boston: Martinus Nijhoff, pp. 171–202.
  • Kuperman, A. (2005) Suicidal Rebellions and the Moral Hazard of Humanitarian Intervention. Ethnopolitics 4 (2), 149–73.
  • Lahneman, W.J. (2004) Army Intervention: Instances in Context for the Twenty-first Century. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.
  • MacFarlane, N., and Khong, Y. (2006) Human Security and the UN: A Important History. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • Macrae, J., and Zwi, A. (1994) Warfare and Starvation: Rethinking Worldwide Responses to Complicated Emergencies. Atlantic Highlands: Zed Books.
  • Maley, W. (2002) Twelve Theses on the Impression of Humanitarian Intervention. Security Dialogue 33 (three), 265–78.
  • Mazarr, M. (1993) The Army Dilemmas of Humanitarian Intervention. Security Dialogue 24 (2), 151–62.
  • Mockaitis, T. (2004) Civil–Army Cooperation in Peace Operations: The Case of Kosovo. Carlisle: US Army Conflict School.
  • Nardin, T. (2002) The Moral Foundation of Humanitarian Intervention. Ethics and International Affairs 16 (2), 57–70.
  • Oudraat, C. de J. (2000) Humanitarian Intervention: The Classes Discovered. Present History 99 (641), 419–29.
  • Perito, R. (2005) The US Experience with Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Afghanistan: Classes Identified. Special Report no. 152. Washington: United States Institute of Peace.
  • Ramsbotham, O., and Woodhouse, T. (1996) Humanitarian Intervention in Modern Battle. Cambridge: Polity.
  • Roberts, A. (1993) Humanitarian Conflict: Army Intervention and Human Rights. International Affairs 69 (three), 429–49.
  • Schmitt, G., and Donnelly, T. (eds.) (2007) Of Men and Materials: The Disaster in Army Assets. Washington: AEI Press.
  • Smith, D. (1999) Sovereignty in the Age of Intervention. In A. McDermott (ed.) Sovereign Intervention, PRIO Report 2/99. Oslo: International Peace Research Institute.
  • Stedman, S.J. (1993) The New Interventionists. Overseas Affairs 72 (1), 1–16.
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  • Teson, F.R. (2001) The Liberal Case for Humanitarian Intervention. Florida State Public Law and Legal Principle, Analysis Paper Collection no. 39.
  • United Nations (2000a) Report of the Panel on United Nations Peace Operations, A/55/305 – S/2000/809. At www.un.org/peace/reviews/peace_operations, accessed Feb. 2009.
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  • United Nations (2005b) In Larger Freedom: In the direction of Improvement, Safety and Human Rights for All. Report of the Secretary-Common.
  • Weiss, T. (1994) Triage: Humanitarian Interventions in a New Era. World Coverage Journal 11 (1), 1–10.
  • Wheeler, N. (2000) Saving Strangers: Humanitarian Intervention in International Society. Oxford: Oxford College Press.


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