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AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW IN CASES OF MILITARY INTERVENTION: THE CASE OF FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA (UNSCR 1244).
Military intervention is a crucial tool used to compel nation states to abide by the principles of international law. The United Nations, through its Charter (Chapter VII) authorises the use of force by the UN and or ...
Limitation of human rights in international law and the Zimbabwean Constitution
(The Zimbabwe Electronic Law Journal, 2016)
Learning from others: An insight into the experiences in the enforcement of ESC rights in comparative foreign and international law jurisdictions
(University of Zimbabwe Student Law Review Journal, 2016-05)
This paper was originally presented at the Economic Social and Cultural Rights Symposium held on the 17th of April 2015 and was organised by the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) in collaboration with the Zimbabwe ...