The Kosovo report : conflict, international response, lessons learned

The Independent International Commission on Kosovo

The war in Kosovo was a turning point: NATO deployed its armed forces in war for the first time, and placed the controversial doctrine of 'humanitarian intervention' squarely in the world's eye. It was an armed intervention for the purpose of implementing Security Council resolutions-but without Security Council authorization. This report tries to answer a number of burning questions, such as why the international community was unable to act earlier and prevent the escalation of the conflict, as well as focusing on the capacity of the United Nations to act as global peacekeeper. The Commission recommends a new status for Kosovo, 'conditional independence', with the goal of lasting peace and security for Kosovo-and for the Balkan region in general. But many of the conslusions may be beneficially applied to conflicts the world-over.

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  • Introduction
  • 1. The Origins of the Kosovo Crisis
  • 2. Internal Armed Conflict: February 1998-March 1999
  • 3. International War Supervenes: March 1999-June 1999
  • 4. Kosovo under United Nations Rule
  • 5. The Diplomatic Dimension
  • 6. International Law and Humanitarian Intervention
  • 7. Humanitarian Organizations and the Role of Media
  • 8. Kosovo: The Regional Dimension
  • 9. The Future Status of Kosovo

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書名 The Kosovo report : conflict, international response, lessons learned
著作者等 Independent International Commission on Kosovo
出版元 Oxford University Press
刊行年月 2000
ページ数 372 p.
大きさ 21 cm
ISBN 0199243093
NCID BA50668197
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国