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Regulating Authority For Un Naval Peace Operations In Third Party Territorial Seas

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This chapter proposes a regulatory framework within which UNSC Chapter VII naval peace operations can be conducted within a third state's Territorial Sea. It addresses three issues. First, it compares two models upon which such a regulatory framework could be based: The mission model; and the unit self-defence model. Second, it elaborates how the principles governing the preferred model could be translated into the design of the regime. Finally, it tests the design against the specific issues that most likely be encountered in implementation.

Keywords: third state's Territorial Sea; UN naval peace operation; unit self-defence model



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