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9788293081616 - Morten Bergsmo: Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes - Bok

Morten Bergsmo (?):

Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes (?)

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9788293081616 (?) eller 8293081619

, Ukjent språk, Forum for Int.l Criminal and Humanitarian Law, innbundet, Nye
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Data fra 26.02.2017 22:07h
ISBN (alternativ notasjoner): 82-93081-61-9, 978-82-93081-61-6
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9788293081616 - Torkel Opsahl Academic Epublisher: Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes - Bok

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Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes (2015) (?)

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9788293081616 (?) eller 8293081619

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Is it in the enlightened self-interest of armed forces to have perpetrators of core international crimes brought to justice? This anthology adds the 'carrot' perspective of self-interest or incentives to the common rhetoric of 'stick' legal obligations and political pressures. Twenty authors from around the world discuss why military actors themselves often prefer accountability: Richard Saller, Andrew T. Cayley, William K. Lietzau, William j. Fenrick, Arne Willy Dahl, Richard j. Goldstone, Eliz... Is it in the enlightened self-interest of armed forces to have perpetrators of core international crimes brought to justice? This anthology adds the 'carrot' perspective of self-interest or incentives to the common rhetoric of 'stick' legal obligations and political pressures. Twenty authors from around the world discuss why military actors themselves often prefer accountability: Richard Saller, Andrew T. Cayley, William K. Lietzau, William j. Fenrick, Arne Willy Dahl, Richard j. Goldstone, Elizabeth L. Hillman, Bruce Houlder, Agus Widjojo, Marlene Mazel, Adel Maged, Kiki A. Japutra, Christopher Mahony, Christopher Jenks, Franklin D. Rosenblatt, Roberta Arnold, Roisin Burke, Elizabeth Santalla Vargas, Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying. The self-interests presented in this book are multi-dimensional: from internal professionalisation to external legitimacy; from institutional reputation to individual honour; from operational effectiveness to strategic stakes; from historical lessons to contemporary needs; from religious beliefs to aspirations for rule of law; from minimizing civilian interference to pre-empting international scrutiny. The case is made for long-term self-interest in accountability and increased military 'ownership' in repressing core international crimes. In his foreword, William K. Lietzau observes that of "all the international community's well-intended endeavours to foster accountability and end impunity, none is more important than that addressed in this book.""Taal: Engels;Afmetingen: 27x234x156 mm;Gewicht: 826,00 gram;Verschijningsdatum: mei 2015;ISBN10: 8293081619;ISBN13: 9788293081616; Engelstalig | Hardcover | 2015
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Data fra 26.02.2017 22:07h
ISBN (alternativ notasjoner): 82-93081-61-9, 978-82-93081-61-6
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9788293081616 - Editor: Morten Bergsmo, Editor: Tianying SONG: Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes - Bok

Editor: Morten Bergsmo, Editor: Tianying SONG (?):

Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes (2015) (?)

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9788293081616 (?) eller 8293081619

, på engelsk, 478 sider, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, innbundet, Nye
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Is it in the enlightened self-interest of armed forces to have perpetrators of core international crimes brought to justice? This anthology adds the 'carrot' perspective of self-interest or incentives to the common rhetoric of 'stick' legal obligations and political pressures. Twenty authors from around the world discuss why military actors themselves often prefer accountability: Richard Saller, Andrew T. Cayley, William K. Lietzau, William j. Fenrick, Arne Willy Dahl, Richard j. Goldstone, Elizabeth L. Hillman, Bruce Houlder, Agus Widjojo, Marlene Mazel, Adel Maged, Kiki A. Japutra, Christopher Mahony, Christopher Jenks, Franklin D. Rosenblatt, Roberta Arnold, Roisin Burke, Elizabeth Santalla Vargas, Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying. The self-interests presented in this book are multi-dimensional: from internal professionalisation to external legitimacy; from institutional reputation to individual honour; from operational effectiveness to strategic stakes; from historical lessons to contemporary needs; from religious beliefs to aspirations for rule of law; from minimizing civilian interference to pre-empting international scrutiny. The case is made for long-term self-interest in accountability and increased military 'ownership' in repressing core international crimes. In his foreword, William K. Lietzau observes that of "all the international community's well-intended endeavours to foster accountability and end impunity, none is more important than that addressed in this book."", Hardcover, Etikett: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Varegrupper: Book, Publisert: 2015-05-11, Utgivelsesdato: 2015-05-11, Studio: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Salg rangering: 594065
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Data fra 26.02.2017 22:07h
ISBN (alternativ notasjoner): 82-93081-61-9, 978-82-93081-61-6
9788293081616 - Editor: Morten Bergsmo, Editor: Tianying SONG: Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes - Bok

Editor: Morten Bergsmo, Editor: Tianying SONG (?):

Military Self-Interest in Accountability for Core International Crimes (2015) (?)

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9788293081616 (?) eller 8293081619

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Is it in the enlightened self-interest of armed forces to have perpetrators of core international crimes brought to justice? This anthology adds the 'carrot' perspective of self-interest or incentives to the common rhetoric of 'stick' legal obligations and political pressures. Twenty authors from around the world discuss why military actors themselves often prefer accountability: Richard Saller, Andrew T. Cayley, William K. Lietzau, William j. Fenrick, Arne Willy Dahl, Richard j. Goldstone, Elizabeth L. Hillman, Bruce Houlder, Agus Widjojo, Marlene Mazel, Adel Maged, Kiki A. Japutra, Christopher Mahony, Christopher Jenks, Franklin D. Rosenblatt, Roberta Arnold, Roisin Burke, Elizabeth Santalla Vargas, Morten Bergsmo and SONG Tianying. The self-interests presented in this book are multi-dimensional: from internal professionalisation to external legitimacy; from institutional reputation to individual honour; from operational effectiveness to strategic stakes; from historical lessons to contemporary needs; from religious beliefs to aspirations for rule of law; from minimizing civilian interference to pre-empting international scrutiny. The case is made for long-term self-interest in accountability and increased military 'ownership' in repressing core international crimes. In his foreword, William K. Lietzau observes that of "all the international community's well-intended endeavours to foster accountability and end impunity, none is more important than that addressed in this book."", Hardcover, Etikett: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Varegrupper: Book, Publisert: 2015-05-11, Utgivelsesdato: 2015-05-11, Studio: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Salg rangering: 594065
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Søkeord: Books, Business, Finance & Law, International
Data fra 26.02.2017 22:07h
ISBN (alternativ notasjoner): 82-93081-61-9, 978-82-93081-61-6

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