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International Peoples’ Tribunals in Asia: Political Theatre, Juridical Farce, or Meaningful Intervention?
Since the 1960s, over eighty international peoples’ tribunals have been established outside formal state and international structures. Many have drawn on the forms and procedures of state-sponsoredExpand
Sex in Peace Operations
  • G. Simm
  • Political Science
  • 25 April 2013
Gabrielle Simm's critical re-evaluation of sex between international personnel and local people examines the zero tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse and its international legalExpand
PEOPLES’ TRIBUNALS, INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE USE OF FORCE#
Decisions by a state to use force against another state are among the most important challenges to the international legal order. Few cases involving challenges to the lawfulness of the use of forceExpand
Disaster Militarism? Military Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief
  • G. Simm
  • Political Science
  • Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law Online
  • 7 October 2019
Military assets, which include personnel, make an important contribution to disaster relief. However, military deployments can be politically sensitive, and the relevant international law isExpand
Negotiating the United Nations Trafficking Protocol: Feminist Debates
Book Reviews: Edited by Ryszard Piotrowicz 203 The Gentle Civilizer of Nations: The Rise and Fall of International Law 1870-1960 Martti Koskenniemi (Ian Clark) 203 The Rome Statute of theExpand
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