Readership: Academics and students in the fields of international law and international relations; politicians and practitioners working in the field; journalists.
Nigel White, Professor of International Law, University of Sheffield
Nigel D. White is Professor of International Law at the University of Sheffield. He has written a number of books, and many articles and essays on the law relating to the use of military force and peacekeeping.
"...a clear doctrinal narrative on a very sensitive issue of the use of military force and peacekeeping...White's current book provides a thorough insight from the British perspective on the participation of its troops in peacekeeping to a nation building operations, and how such decisions are made at a domestic level... This work skillfully uses the concept of democracy to generate an intellectual debate on political decision making related to deployment of troops and aspects of peace, security and the human rights that are linked to it within the international law...this book remains a valuable contribution to understand the British deployments around the world. White's book is a commendable pierce of research and a must read for academics, students and
social scientists in the fields of law, politics, social science and security studies." - Dr. Fozia Nazir Lone, International Law Observer
1: The British Constitution and Military Action
2: Lawbreaker or Lawmaker? Britain and International Law on the Use of Force
3: Between Idealism and Realism: Britain, the UN, and NATO
4: From Korea to Kuwait: Britain and Coalitions of the Willing
5: A Role for Europe: Britain and the EU
6: What Peace? British Blue Helmets in Bosnia
7: Defending the Nation: the Falklands
8: Helping a Friend in Afghanistan
9: Bombing in the Name of Humanity: the RAF over Kosovo
10: The Road to Basra
11: Democracy, Accountability, and Military Action