The vicarious responsibility of the united nations for 'unintended consequences of peace operations'
This chapter examines the degree to which the United Nations, as an international organization, will incur responsibility for harm caused during peace operations. It offers a synthetic overview of the key legal issues, examining both the substantive and procedural dimensions of UN accountability.
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