explicitly restricted to UNMIK. Uniﬁ ed command and control is not placed with an UN commander but rests with NATO and KFOR commanders. Th e international security forces operate under the authority and subject to the direction and political control of the North Atlantic Council through the NATO chain of
estimated 250,000 children serving as combatants in armed groups world- wide. They are forced to perpetrate horrific violence and subjected to the same. Studies on the impact of the use of children in armed conflict have tended to focus on the demographics, roles and mental health outcomes of this
for that organization. The Security Council is thus subjected to certain constitutional limitations, however broad its powers under the constitution may be.
These decisions suggest that Article 25 is the specific legal basis for the unsc ’s obligations to respect the provisions of the un
-determine which principles should be applied and the weight to be given to them?
The requirement for a discipline system in a military force has long been recognised, with Roman soldiers being subject to the unrestrained and authoritative discipline of the commander–the imperium militae.
from previous Security Council resolutions on the subject. This discussion goes to the heart of the matter, i.e. the appli- cation of enforcement measures, pur- suant to Chapter VII of the UN Char- ter, as part of the system of collective security. For that matter the 'Iraq question' constitutes a
and Member States to assist in train- ing essential planning and other staff elements and assist in the creation of appro- priate standby procedures to complement those being developed in the UN civilian, military and police standby arrangements. 25. Another subject area addressed in the report is
are certainly not subject to any changes by R2P . It is for this reason that the impact which R2P may have on peace operations 9 will be less relevant during armed hostilities and more relevant in situations post-conflict where cooperative solutions, not sanctions under Chapter VII, are key to suc
. 41 The practical mechanisms of the process have been outlined by Chai-Anan, Samudavanija, et al. as follows:
With the help of military and government officers, the villagers were trained in self-defence and various subjects relevant to rural development such as management, agriculture, public
- chairmen and to the HLPG. The process of peaceful settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has been subjected to the close attention of the OSCE principal organs. Vigorous efforts, aimed at helping its resolution, were undertaken by the participants of the 1994 Budapest Summit and the 1996 Lisbon
general introduction to 'Human Rights'. The part as a whole deals with all the different forms of civilian participation, which are possible in a peace support operation. Among the different topics dealt with in this part, the chapter concerning NGOs is the longest. The focus on this subject makes sense