Ramesh Thakur is Vice Rector of United Nations University, Tokyo. This is just one example, albeit an interesting one, of the clash of academic and policy cultures. Their biographical data can be found in the report or on the commission's website see note 3 above. Third, it has nevertheless benefited enormously from the debates and discussions with the other members of the commission, and from the extensive reading material collected by the research team as background material to assist the commission's deliberations. Elise Boulding is Professor Emerita of Sociology, Dartmouth College, and former Secretary General of the International Peace Research Association. Keeton and Georg Schwarzenberger, Making International Law Work, 2nd edn London: London Institute of World Affairs, 1946 , pp.
Cheryl de la Rey is an associate professor in the Psychology Department at the University of Cape Town. Danesh is a psychiatrist and the president of Landegg International University in Switzerland. See also The Kosovo Report: Conflict, International Response, Lessons Learned, Report of the Independent International Commission on Kosovo Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. The vocabulary associated with sovereignty was of the delusions of grandeur of the manic patient or the paretic. The historical examination of sovereignty leads the author to conclude that the recent transformation of the principle of sovereignty can be understood in the context of 'new international constitutionalism'. But because the doctrine is rooted in the Christian tradition, acknowledging its religious roots would not necessarily have been the wisest political decision.
In this period, instead of the confrontation between Anglo-American constitutional sovereignty and Continental national sovereignty, national theories of sovereignty in the Anglo-American countries directly confronted those in the Communist countries. The rise and dominance of political realism after 1945 can be interpreted in this historical context of international politics. He serves on the dispute resolution panels of a number of private and public sector organizations, as a mediator and arbitrator in environmental and labour disputes and as a trainer and facilitator in the fields of police and community relations. . Rob Midgley is a Professor of Law at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. Three caveats should be noted about this article. Her research and publications focus on gender, transformation and social policy.
First, it reflects the personal opinion of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations University. He and Roshan Danesh are readying for publication a book-length manuscript on decision making and conflict resolution. This implies that the Member States are free and sovereign within the limitations imposed upon them by the Charter. This concept encapsulates the growing necessity for the norm of non-intervention to yield to the principle of international responsibility to protect foreign populations under threat of mass killings and ethnic cleansing, where these populations' governments are either complicit or ineffectual. Susan McKay is a professor of Nursing and Women's Studies at the University of Wyoming.
His research activity is primarily in the field of compensation law, but he also enjoys analysing issues arising from the application of dispute-resolution processes. Bradnee Chambers , eds, Trade, Environment, and the Millennium, 2nd edn Tokyo: United Nations University Press, 2002 , pp. Muzumdar, The United Nations of the World New York: Universal Publishing Company, 1942 , pp. He is author of several books including Kindness, Clarity and Insight and Ethics for the New Millennium. This book provides a complete documentary history of the idea of sovereignty from Classical theory to the global age. Appel, a psychiatrist, suggested that isolationism was an unhealthy sign.
Hideaki Shinoda is a research fellow at the Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, Japan. She has recently been appointed editor of the South African Journal of Psychology. Throughout his academic and administrative career, the environment and development have been of central concern. He is the author of Re-examining Sovereignty: From Classical Theory to the Global Ages and is recently conducting a research on peace-building activities from the perspective of the rule of law. Danesh are readying for publication a book-length manuscript on decision making and conflict resolution.
Klaus Töpfer is Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme. Jeffrey Pickering is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Kansas State University. In particular, some of our members preferred a wider range of threshold criteria for military intervention than those proposed in our report, and others a narrower range. Can an intellectually coherent or morally consistent argument be advanced for any one or several of the P-5 to lead such coalitions when faced with an actual or apprehended Security Council veto, if they are not prepared to give up the veto right? Roshan Danesh is a lawyer and associate professor of conflict resolution at Landegg International University. Her books include: The Underside of History: A View of Women through Time 1992 , Building a Global Civic Culture 1990 , One Small Plot of Heaven: Reflections of a Quaker Sociologist on Family Life 1989 , The Future Images and Processes with Kenneth Boulding 1995 , Cultures of Peace: The Hidden Side of History 2000.
Again, some Commissioners preferred more, and others less, flexibility for military intervention outside the scope of Security Council approval'; see The Responsibility to Protect note 3 above , p. Yet it is an obvious flaw - so much so that one may question whether failure to address it reflects intellectual laziness or moral duplicity. Goodrich and Edvard Hambro, Charter of the United Nations: Commentary and Documents Boston: World Peace Foundation, 1946 , pp. Parliamentary Debates, fifth series, vol. Töpfer was professor at the University of Hanover. In 1989, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.