Dan Kuwali

Dan Kuwali Bibliography:


Research Papers/Reports:
     Responsibility to Protect: Why Libya and not Syria?;”  March 1, 2012.
     “Persuasive Prevention: Towards a Principle for Implementing Article 4(h) and R2P by the African Union;”  October 19, 2009.

Journal Articles:
     Battle for Sex?: Protecting Sexual(ity) Rights in Africa,” Human Rights Quarterly;  March 1, 2014.
     The 3 Rs: the issue in Mogadishu,” African Security Review; 19(4): 114-117, September 1, 2010.
     From promise to practice: towards universal jurisdiction to deter the commission of mass atrocities in Africa,” African Security Review; 19(4): 48-61, September 1, 2010.
     The End of Humanitarian Intervention: Evaluation of the African Union's Right of Intervention,” African Journal in Conflict Resolution; 9(1): 41-61, May 15, 2009.
     The African Union and the Challenges of Implementing the 'Responsibility to Protect',” Policy Notes -The Nordic Africa Institute; 2009(4), March 1, 2009.
     Art. 4(h) + R2P: Towards a Doctrine of Persuasive Prevention to End Mass Atrocity Crimes,” Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law; 3(1): 55-85, January 1, 2009.
     Protecting Responsibly: The African Union's Implementation of Article 4(H) Intervention,” Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Cambridge University Press; 11: 51-108, December 1, 2008.
     The conundrum of conditions for intervention under article 4(h) of the African Union Act,” Institute for Security Studies; 17(4): 90-111, December 1, 2008.
     From the West to the Rest: Climate Change as Challenge to Human Security in Africa,” African Security Review; 17(4): 18-38, September 1, 2008.

Carr Working Papers Series:
     Improving the Protection of Civilians in Situations of Armed Conflict;”  May 1, 2011.

Books:
     The Responsibility to Protect: Implementation of Article 4(h) Intervention,” Brill;  February 21, 2011.
     Persuasive Prevention: Implementation of the AU Right to Intervention,” Unpublished Thesis: In Fulfilment of Requirements for Dr. Juris, Lund University, Faculty of Law;  May 1, 2009.

Book Chapters:
     “Old Crimes, New Paradigms: Preventing Mass Atrocities under R2P” in Mass Atrocity Crimes: Preventing Future Outrages, Brookings Institution Press;  July 9, 2010.
     “Greywar Zone? The Privatization of Warfare and the Civilization of the Military” in Future Perpectives on International Criminal Justice, TMC Asser Press;  February 15, 2010.
     Do private military companies have a legitimate place in peacekeeping?” in From market for force to market for peace: Private military and security companies in peacekeeping operations, ISS Monograph;  January 1, 2010.


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