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Conclusions And Recommendations

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A fundamental objective of peace support operation (PSOs) is to contribute to global humanitarianism. As the empirical causes of armed conflicts remain difficult to assess, PSOs have to resort to practical solutions in order to influence a particular conflict. This is the concluding chapter of the book, which presents two strategies to achieve this: promotion of the rule of law and contextualization of norms of international (criminal) law by interpretation of these norms within the specific PSO context. The identification of the context is essential to design a coherent and effective international regime for PSOs. The first part of the book drew conclusions on the link between the rule of law and PSOs. Conclusions on the international legal responsibility of peacekeepers were drawn in the second part. The third part provides several conclusions and recommendations on the interrelationship of PSOs and international criminal law.

Keywords: global humanitarianism; international criminal law; peace support operation (PSO)



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