Book Reviews / Journal of International Peacekeeping 13 (2009) 383–386 385 Law-Enforcement within the Legal Framework of Peace Support Operations. Edited by Roberta Arnold . Leiden: Brill, 2008. 475 pp. ISBN: 978 90 04 16510 6. €132.00 / US$ 185.00. Th is volume edited by Roberta Arnold is an original and timely contribution to the theory and practice of international peace-keeping, and includes a number of essays written by the broad range of authors. In the introduction it is pointed out that with the end of the Cold War and the emergence of “asymmetric” threats like terrorism, the military contingents have been increas- ingly entrusted with tasks traditionally belonging to the police. Th is development is visible through the new challenges posed to modern Peace Support Operations (PSO), intended as an umbrella deﬁ nition covering diﬀ erent types of post-conﬂ ict peace operations, whether mandated under Chapter VI or Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter, with either peace-keeping, peace-enforcing or even peace-building goals. Th e contributors address speciﬁ c legal issues aris- ing in the process of law-enforcement in the process of peace-keeping. One cardinally important, but not adequately examined question relates to the law of self-
Journal of International Peacekeeping – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2009
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