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versatility and pleaded for their increased deployment. 4 In their Mediterranean variant, gendarmeries are police forces with military status. The deployment of gendarmeries as part of multinational operations has mostly occurred in the context of NATO and European Union ( EU ) missions. But the trend

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

compliance with IHL in multinational operations a some- what daunting task. Ineff ective ways and means of compliance may lead to a culture of criminal impunity and a weakened respect for the personnel involved among the local population. Th is in turn inevitably aff ects the overall success, or otherwise, of

In: Nordic Journal of International Law

Colombia in United Nations’ Multidimensional Peace Operations: A Complex National Dilemma  83 Andres Eduardo Fernandez-Osorio Gendarmeries in Multinational Operations  125 Cornelius Friesendorf Can You Pay for Peace? The Role of Financing Frameworks in Effective Peace Operations  152 Lila

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

thing in common, in that they all distinguish two steps in these multinational operations: a first step that includes resorting to the use of force (or to the threat of using force), the second consisting of subsequent provisions that no longer entail a derogation from the ban on the use of force, but a

the attempts of the official bodies to come up with definitions for these multinational peacemaking operations, according to Professor Daillier. However, these definitions do have one thing in common, in that they all distinguish two steps in these multinational operations: a first step that includes

University Press, Cambridge, 2017) 481–505; P Palchetti, ‘The Allocation of Responsibility for Internationally Wrongful Acts Committed in the Course of Multinational Operations’ (2014) 95 International Review of the Red Cross 727–742; F Hoffmeister, ‘Litigating against the European Union and its Member

In: The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law

before dispatching Italian military contingents abroad to par- ticipate in these UN operations. The first significant signals of change in the relationship between the Executive and Legislative occurred in the 1980's when Italy took part in three important multinational operations: the Multina- tional

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

more complicated where the military operation is not conducted by just one State, but by several States, possibly under the auspices of an international organization. Such multinational operations elicit the question as to whom violations are attributable. Jaloud presents us with exactly this

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

book is a more substantiated version of an earlier publication of the Thomas Watson Jr. Institute entitled 'Draft Con- cept of Second Generation Multinational Operations 1993'. A n evaluation of this book has to take into account its goals and intentions. The intention of the book is to be a guide for

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

–1952,” provides a compelling example of how the occupation of Japan to the end was “a multinational operation in more than just name.” Aldous examines how the Natural Resources Section ( nrs ) of the General Headquarters, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers ( ghq scap ) reacted to the opposition from Britain

In: Journal of American-East Asian Relations