Fairly Clear Risks: Protecting UN sanctions’ legitimacy and effectiveness through fair and clear procedures

Cockayne, James, Brubaker, Rebecca and Jayakody, Nadeshda (2018). Fairly Clear Risks: Protecting UN sanctions’ legitimacy and effectiveness through fair and clear procedures. United Nations University.

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    Author Cockayne, James
    Brubaker, Rebecca
    Jayakody, Nadeshda
    Title Fairly Clear Risks: Protecting UN sanctions’ legitimacy and effectiveness through fair and clear procedures
    Publication Date 2018-03
    Place of Publication New York
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 55
    Language eng
    Abstract Sanctions imposed by the United Nations Security Council affect large numbers of people, businesses and governments worldwide. They are central to the UN’s efforts to maintain international peace and security. A recent wave of litigation suggests that ‘fair process’ concerns raised in relation to UN sanctions on ISIL, Da’esh and Al Qaida are now providing the basis for litigation of other UN sanctions regimes, including those dealing with armed conflicts and nuclear proliferation. ‘Fairly Clear Risks’, an independent study from UN University, reviews 47 fair process challenges to UN sanctions from 12 jurisdictions, assesses the risks that UN sanctions now face. The report suggests steps that might be taken to protect their legitimacy and effectiveness at a crucial moment for the UN system.
    UNBIS Thesaurus TERRORISM
    COUNTER-TERRORISM
    SANCTIONS
    Keyword UN Security Council
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2018
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9789280890631
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