Should the United Nations Security Council Leave It To the Experts? The Governance and Accountability of UN Sanctions Monitoring
Jeremy Farrall, Kim Rubenstein, SANCTIONS, ACCOUNTABILITY, AND GOVERNANCE IN A GLOBALISED WORLD, Cambridge University Press, 2009
25 Pages Posted: 10 Aug 2010 Last revised: 14 Mar 2015
Date Written: 2009
Introduction: The chapters in this collection use the example of United Nations sanctions as a means to explore the questions of accountability and governance that arise when legal norms are applied with cross-boundary effect. The boundaries in question are both physical, in the sense of clearly delineated national borders, as well as conceptual, as with the traditional distinctions that are drawn between the domains of public and private law, and between international and domestic law.
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