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Jus Post Bellum : mapping the normative foundations

Author: Carsten Stahn; Jennifer S Easterday; Jens Iverson
Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2014. ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The successful transition from armed conflict to peace is one of the greatest challenges of contemporary warfare. The laws and principles governing transitions from conflict to peace (jus post bellum) have only recently gained attention in legal scholarship. There are three key questions concerning the core of jus post bellum: the law ('jus'), the temporal aspect ('post'), and different types of armed conflict  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Carsten Stahn; Jennifer S Easterday; Jens Iverson
ISBN: 9780199685899 0199685894
OCLC Number: 875011499
Description: xxxiv, 564 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: I. Foundation and conceptions of jus post bellum. 1. Foundation, concept, and function --
2. Jus post bellum and related concepts --
3. Jus post bellum and its discontents --
II. Reconceptualizing "bellum" and "pax" --
III. Dilemmas of the "post". 1. Dilemmas of classification --
2. Institutional dilemmas and strategies --
IV. The "jus" in jus post bellum. Preface / Brian Orend --
Exploring the normative foundations of jus post bellum : an introduction / Jennifer S. Easterday, Jens Iverson, Carsten Stahn --
Jus post bellum, Grotius, and meionexia / Larry May --
At war's end : time to turn to just post bellum? / Mark Evans --
Jus post bellum as a partly independent legal framework / Dieter Fleck --
Jus post bellum : an interpretive framework / James Gallen --
Contrasting the normative and historical foundations of transitional justice and jus post bellum : outlining the matrix of definitions in comparative perspective / Jens Iverson --
R2P and jus post bellum : towards a polycentric approach / Carsten Stahn --
The concept of jus post bellum in international law : a normative critique / Eric De Brabandere --
Waging peace : ambiguities, contradictions, and problems of a jus post bellum legal framework / Roxana Vatanparast --
The compatibility of justice for women with just post bellum analysis / Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, Dina Francesca Haynes --
Of jus post bellum and lex pacificatoria : what's in a name? / Christine Bell --
The gentle modernizer of the law of armed conflict? / Inger Österdahl --
Navigating the unilateral/multilateral divide / Gregory H. Fox --
The application of jus post bellum in non-international armed conflicts / Kristen E. Boon --
Post-war states : differentiating patterns of peace / Astri Suhrke --
Towards a functional conceptualization of the temporal scope of jus post bellum / Jann K. Kleffner --
From jus in bello to jus post bellum : when do non-international armed conflicts end? / Rogier Bartels --
Conflict termination from a human rights perspective : state transitions, power-sharing, and the definition of the "post" / Martin Wählisch --
Jus post bellum and the politics of exit / Dominik Zaum --
Facilitating post-conflict reconstruction : is the UN peacebuilding commission successfully filling an institutional gap or marking a missed opportunity/ Freya Baetens --
Peace agreements as a framework for jus post bellum / Jennifer S. Easterday --
Targeting the state in jus post bellum : towards a theory of integrated sovereignties / Dov Jacobs --
Post-occupation law / Yaël Ronen --
Creating popular governments in post-conflict situations : the role of international law / Matthew Saul --
The status of foreign armed forces deployed in post-conflict environments : a search for basic principles / Aurel Sari --
The norm of environmental integrity in post-conflict legal regimes / Cymie R. Payne --
Should rebels be amnestied? / Frédéric Mégret --
Jus post bellum : strategic analysis and future directions / Jennifer S. Easterday, Jens Iverson, Carsten Stahn.
Responsibility: edited by Carsten Stahn, Jennifer S. Easterday, Jens Iverson.
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Jus post bellum is the body of international legal norms and rules of international law that applies to a post-conflict situation as it moves to a status of peace. This book provides a detailed legal  Read more...

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