General principles of law and a source-based approach to the regulation of international security institutions
The traditional role of international security institutions as conceptualised post-Second World War was to maintain and restore international peace and security: security relations between sovereign states. However, as the world has become increasingly globalised, many security issues are of a transnational and international nature, requiring international responses beyond that of nation-states. Because of this, the role of international security institutions has necessarily increased in scope...[Show more]
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