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This section of the book Practice and Policies of Modern Peace Support Operations Under International Law contains table of cases. Some of the cases include Al-Adsani v. UK, Graham v. Connor, Reese v. Anderson, and Waite and Kennedy v. Germany. Contemporary international peace support operations (PSO) take place in a context which has dramatically evolved during the last decade. The practical problems encountered by PSOs nowadays differ and may prove more formidable. The book makes clear that PSOs are governed by many and differing organizational, military-operational and legal-political contexts. International peace and security and the endorsement of international law by peace support forces around the world will ultimately depend on the dissemination of this law within and by the PSO forces themselves.

Keywords: Al-Adsani v. UK; legal-political contexts; peace support operation (PSO); Reese v. Anderson

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