International Law as a Regulatory Framework for Sexual Crimes Committed by Peacekeepers
International Law provides a framework for regulating sexual crimes committed by peacekeepers. This article includes in the definition of peacekeepers private military contractors and humanitarian non-government organization (NGO) workers, who increasingly act as subcontractors and partners in UN peace operations. Drawing on the socio-legal field of regulatory studies, this article assesses the ability of international law to function as a regulatory regime in terms of its ability to set...[Show more]
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