|1.1||Uses of military forces under the auspices of the UN and NATO||page 24|
|1.2||Uses of force and forms of authorization and responsibility: the framework for analysis||29|
|1.3||The nine states and their characteristics||30|
|3.1||Domestic factors that matter by form of use of military forces||75|
|15.1||Mention of Chapter VII in UNSecurity Council authorizations, 1990–2000||355|
|15.2||Forms of international authorization regarded as legitimate||360|
|15.3||Legislative authorization for enforcement actions||363|
|15.4||Conditions under which countries are willing to allow their military forces to be deployed in international operations||367|
|15.5||Acceptance of norms regarding military operations||376|
|15.6||Uses of military forces and forms of authorization and responsibility||377|
|A.1||Uses of military forces under the auspices of the United Nations and NATO||384|
|A.2||Uses of military forces under the UNand NATO classified by conflict and locale||396|
|B.1||Country participation in international operations, 1945–2000||399|
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Publication information: Book title: Democratic Accountability and the Use of Force in International Law. Contributors: Charlotte Ku - Editor, Harold K. Jacobson - Editor. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2003. Page number: x.
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