author={I. Kost},
  journal={Leiden Journal of International Law},
  pages={389 - 395}
  • I. Kost
  • Published 2003
  • Leiden Journal of International Law
Books and Articles in the Field of the Prevention and Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes (Winter 2002–3) 


'Impartiality' and the UN Observation Group in Lebanon, 1958
Both the United Nations and eminent scholars regard impartiality as one of the key principles of peacekeeping. Yet there has been scant primary research into the extent to which UN peacekeepingExpand
International peacebuilding and the ‘mission civilisatrice’
  • R. Paris
  • Sociology
  • Review of International Studies
  • 2002
International peacebuilding operations seek to stabilise countries that have recently experienced civil wars. In pursuing this goal, however, international peacebuilders have promulgated a particularExpand
Peacebuilding Mission: Lessons from the UN Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina
As noted in the Report of the Panel on United Nations Peace Operations (the "Brahimi Report"), the human rights component of a peacebuilding mission is "critical to effective peacebuilding."1 MostExpand
Some Issues for Sentencing in the International Criminal Court
  • R. Henham
  • Sociology
  • International and Comparative Law Quarterly
  • 2003
The purpose of this paper is to raise several significant issues for debate which concern the sentencing of offenders to be convicted in the newly established International Criminal Court (ICC). SuchExpand
Naval Force and the Conduct of Peace Support Operations
The inherent flexibility of naval force underpins its utility for peace support operations. An examination of the specific tasks - both fundamental and ancillary - which naval forces are generallyExpand
A Critique of the Report of the Panel on United Nations Peace Operations
The United Nations was founded, in the words of its Charter, in order "to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war." Meeting this challenge is the most important function of theExpand
Reflections on Maritime Delimitation in the Qatar/Bahrain Case
After nearly 10 years of proceedings before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the Court, on 16 March 2001, rendered the decision concerning maritime delimitation and territorial questionsExpand
The Potential Impact of the Possible US Responses to the 9–11 Atrocities on the Law regarding the Use of Force and Self-defence
This paper was published before the US responded to the 9/11 attacks and commented on the potential effect of what the US would do.Already published here: Sienho Yee, The Potential Impact of theExpand
Case Concerning Armed Activities on the Territory of the Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo v. Uganda): The Court's Provisional Measures Order of 1 July 2000
The full text of the order reads as follows: "The President of the International Court of Justice, Having regard to Article 48 of the Statute of the Court and to Article 89, paragraphs 2 and 3, ofExpand
The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
The key to an. understanding of the Statute of the International Tribunal for the prosecution of persons responsible for serious violations of international humanitarian law committed in theExpand