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Public International Law and Human Rights Violations by Private Military and Security Companies

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Ingenaaid, 158 blz. | Engels
Springer Verlag | e druk, 2017
ISBN13: 9783319660974
Springer Verlag e druk, 2017 9783319660974
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This book explores the human rights consequences of the new mercenarism, as channeled through so-called private military and security companies (PMSCs), and offers an overview of the evolution and status quo of both non-legal (soft law and self-regulation) and legal initiatives seeking to limit them. It addresses various topics, including the impact of the presence of non-state actors on human security using the cases of Afghanistan and Syria; research on PMSCs' impact on human rights in specific cases; the insufficiency and ineffectiveness of existing direct and indirect legal prohibitions on the use of mercenaries; various aspects of international human rights law and international humanitarian law related to the conduct of PMSCs; soft-law and self-regulation mechanisms; and the international minimum standard in general international law regarding the privatization, export, import, and contracting of PMSCs.

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ISBN13:9783319660974
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:ingenaaid
Aantal pagina's:158
Verschijningsdatum:13-12-2017

Inhoudsopgave

Foreword by Patricia Arias.- Introduction by Helena Torroja Mateu.- Afghanistan and Syria: Non-state Actors and their Negative Impact on Human Security by Mario Laborie.- Delimitation and Presence of PMSCs: Impact on Human Rights by Felipe Daza.- The Ineffectiveness of the Current Definition of a `Mercenary' in International Humanitarian and Criminal Law by Jose L. Gomez del Prado.- Private Military and Security Companies and Human Rights by Carlos Lopez-Hurtado.- International Soft Law Initiatives: The Opportunities and Limitations of the Montreux Document, ICoC, and Security Operations Management System Standards by Rebecca DeWinter-Schmitt.- Ideas on the International Minimum Standard for the Privatization, Export, and Import of Armed Coercion by Helena Torroja Mateu.- Conclusion by Helena Torroja Mateu.

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