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Author: Tom Dannenbaum

an anachronism. Faced with threats that defy the state system, transcend borders, and, in extreme cases, trigger humanitarian imperatives to act, states have turned increasingly to institutionally and operationally thick cooperative military enterprises (‘ cme s’) to further their security objectives

In: International Organizations Law Review

cooperative military enterprises involving both member States and international organizations. These enterprises have merged systems of authorization, as a result of which it is not always readily clear which conduct is whose. Observing that such collaborative action should nevertheless not evade scrutiny, he

In: International Organizations Law Review

will affect the powers they can exercise in certain situations. These identities are perhaps most visible in relation to military operations conducted within the framework of an international organization. As shown by Dannenbaum, cooperative military enterprises (‘ cme s’) reveal that “[t

In: International Organizations Law Review