Democratic Accountability and the Use of Force in International Law

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1.1Uses of military forces under the auspices of the UN and NATOpage 24
1.2Uses of force and forms of authorization and responsibility: the framework for analysis29
1.3The nine states and their characteristics30
3.1Domestic factors that matter by form of use of military forces75
15.1Mention of Chapter VII in UNSecurity Council authorizations, 1990–2000355
15.2Forms of international authorization regarded as legitimate360
15.3Legislative authorization for enforcement actions363
15.4Conditions under which countries are willing to allow their military forces to be deployed in international operations367
15.5Acceptance of norms regarding military operations376
15.6Uses of military forces and forms of authorization and responsibility377
A.1Uses of military forces under the auspices of the United Nations and NATO384
A.2Uses of military forces under the UNand NATO classified by conflict and locale396
B.1Country participation in international operations, 1945–2000399

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