The United Nations and the Development of Collective Security: The Delegation by the UN Security Council of Its Chapter VII Powers

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Index
accountability delegatus non potest delegare, and 25-32
Albania220-3
creation of secure environment 220-3
humanitarian assistance 220-3
reporting requirement 222-3
Resolution 1101 220-3
Steering Committee 221-3
temporary multinational protection force 220-3
authorisation, distinguished from delegation 11-15
Bahá'u'lláh 1
Bangui Agreements
Central African Republic244-6
Bosnia191-4, 217-20, 254-63, 268-81
Dayton Peace Agreement 272-81
delegation to Member States 191-4, 217- 20
delivery of humanitarian assistance 217- 20
command and control 218-20
Resolution 770 217-20
NATO, and. see NATO 254-63, 268-81
Rapid Reaction Force 191-4 military enforcement action 192-3
UNPROFOR 191-4
Central African Republic244-6
Bangui Agreements 244-6
MINURCA 246
MISAB 244-6
collective security 5-6, 14-15, 35, 144-6, 154, 156, 171-3, 175-6, 250-1, 282, 285-6
definition 5-6
evolution of concept 285-6
Dayton Peace Agreement 272-81
delegation meaning 4-5
delegatus non potest delegare 20-46
accountability 25-32
application to Security Council 22-32
content of maxim 21-2
discretionary power, delegation of 36-41
general principle of law, as 22
limitations on exercise of power must be imposed on delegate 42-4
institutional competence of delegate 44
law of international institutions 42-3
object of maxim 22-3
process of establishment of international organizations 24-5
purpose of maxim 22-5
restrictive effect on Security Council 32- 46
US domestic context 23-4
veto power 38-41
delegation 38-41
institutional requirement 39-40
delegation by UN Security Council of
Chapter VII powers 3-49
general legal framework 3-49
nature of process of delegation of
Chapter VII powers 4-16.
Article 39 determination 9-10
contingent delegation 15
delegating organ bound by decision of
delegate, where 8
delegation, meaning 4-5
delegation must be express 8-9
distinction between delegation of
function and delegation of
power 10-11
distinction between delegation and
authorization 11-15
extent of delegation 7-8
form of delegation 8-9
general delegation 10
immediate delegation 15
institutional competence 15-16
legitimacy. see legitimacy
self-defence 13-14
specific delegation 10
vires of delegation 15
way in which delegate exercises powers 6-7
Governors Island Agreement 233-44
Haiti207-10, 233-44
Governors Island Agreement 233-44
naval interdiction 207-10
OAS non-mandatory trade embargo 233- 4
restoration of democracy in 233-44

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