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This front matter section of the book Practice and Policies of Modern Peace Support Operations Under International Law contains the table of contents, list of abbreviations and an introduction. The responsibility of the international community to maintain international peace and security may create conflicting pressures as to the extent and scope of military interventions and the compliance with international legal norms by the intervening military forces. The book provides a cross-disciplinary perspective on modern peace support operations (PSOs), i.e., contributions on the edge of PSOs and general international law, international humanitarian law, human rights law and international criminal law. The understanding by the international community of the importance of these intersections is essential to fully comprehend the legal and social-political dynamics of modern PSOs.

Keywords: International Law; peace support operations (PSOs); political military consequences



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