Law Enforcement Activities in Peacekeeping and Multinational Military Operations: The Cases of Haiti and Afghanistan

The chapter is devoted to the legal difficulties military missions face when fighting crime in times of armed conflict. Organized crime is a destabilizing factor that often interlinks with and is particularly prevalent in situations of armed conflict. Multinational military operations are therefore...

Descripción completa

Detalles Bibliográficos
Autores Principales: Olasolo Alonso, Hector, Varon Mejia, Antonio
Formato: Capítulo de libro (Book Chapter)
Lenguaje:Inglés (English)
Publicado: Oxford University Press 2019
Materias:
Acceso en línea:https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/28485
https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780198842965.001.0001
id ir-10336-28485
recordtype dspace
spelling ir-10336-284852020-08-28T15:50:36Z Law Enforcement Activities in Peacekeeping and Multinational Military Operations: The Cases of Haiti and Afghanistan Actividades de aplicación de la ley en operaciones militares multinacionales y de mantenimiento de la paz: los casos de Haití y Afganistán Olasolo Alonso, Hector Varon Mejia, Antonio Multinational military operations Policing in armed conflict Law governing law enforcement in armed conflicts Organized crime International law enforcement activities Peacekeeping operations International humanitarian law The chapter is devoted to the legal difficulties military missions face when fighting crime in times of armed conflict. Organized crime is a destabilizing factor that often interlinks with and is particularly prevalent in situations of armed conflict. Multinational military operations are therefore frequently simultaneously engaged in genuine military operations as well as traditional law enforcement and policing tasks and thereby operate at the intersection of the laws of armed conflict and IHRL. The question which law governs law enforcement operations such as counter-drug operations in the context of an armed conflict, that is, in a scenario in which the laws of armed conflict undoubtedly apply, remains contested. What lessons can be learned and how has this problem been dealt with in practice? Can these lessons be transposed to contemporary multinational military operations? 2019-01-01 2020-08-28T15:49:13Z info:eu-repo/semantics/bookPart info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion ISBN: 9780198842965 https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/28485 https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780198842965.001.0001 eng info:eu-repo/semantics/restrictedAccess application/pdf Oxford University Press The ‘legal pluriverse’ Surrounding Multinational Military Operations
institution EdocUR - Universidad del Rosario
collection DSpace
language Inglés (English)
topic Multinational military operations
Policing in armed conflict
Law governing law enforcement in armed conflicts
Organized crime
International law enforcement activities
Peacekeeping operations
International humanitarian law
spellingShingle Multinational military operations
Policing in armed conflict
Law governing law enforcement in armed conflicts
Organized crime
International law enforcement activities
Peacekeeping operations
International humanitarian law
Olasolo Alonso, Hector
Varon Mejia, Antonio
Law Enforcement Activities in Peacekeeping and Multinational Military Operations: The Cases of Haiti and Afghanistan
description The chapter is devoted to the legal difficulties military missions face when fighting crime in times of armed conflict. Organized crime is a destabilizing factor that often interlinks with and is particularly prevalent in situations of armed conflict. Multinational military operations are therefore frequently simultaneously engaged in genuine military operations as well as traditional law enforcement and policing tasks and thereby operate at the intersection of the laws of armed conflict and IHRL. The question which law governs law enforcement operations such as counter-drug operations in the context of an armed conflict, that is, in a scenario in which the laws of armed conflict undoubtedly apply, remains contested. What lessons can be learned and how has this problem been dealt with in practice? Can these lessons be transposed to contemporary multinational military operations?
format Capítulo de libro (Book Chapter)
author Olasolo Alonso, Hector
Varon Mejia, Antonio
author_facet Olasolo Alonso, Hector
Varon Mejia, Antonio
author_sort Olasolo Alonso, Hector
title Law Enforcement Activities in Peacekeeping and Multinational Military Operations: The Cases of Haiti and Afghanistan
title_short Law Enforcement Activities in Peacekeeping and Multinational Military Operations: The Cases of Haiti and Afghanistan
title_full Law Enforcement Activities in Peacekeeping and Multinational Military Operations: The Cases of Haiti and Afghanistan
title_fullStr Law Enforcement Activities in Peacekeeping and Multinational Military Operations: The Cases of Haiti and Afghanistan
title_full_unstemmed Law Enforcement Activities in Peacekeeping and Multinational Military Operations: The Cases of Haiti and Afghanistan
title_sort law enforcement activities in peacekeeping and multinational military operations: the cases of haiti and afghanistan
publisher Oxford University Press
publishDate 2019
url https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/28485
https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780198842965.001.0001
_version_ 1676708299672649728
score 11,383811