Law in the twilight : international courts and tribunals, the security council, and the internationalisation of peace agreements between state and non-state parties

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Peace Agreements between State and Non-State Parties: a Research Endeavour According to the United Nations Peacemaker Peace Agreements Database, more than six hundred peace agreements have been negotiated to settle intra-state conflicts since 1989. Consequently, contemporary post-Cold War peace agreements became objects of political science research focused inter alia on the causes and consequences of intra- state conflicts, the ripeness of conflict parties and constellations for entering into negotiated peace processes, the determinants of the success or failure of peace agreements and peace processes, and the role of external actors in negotiating and implementing peace agreements. International legal scholarship, in contrast, has only hesitantly dealt with the challenges of internationalised and legalised practices of post- Cold War peace agreements. Initially, individual works on peace agreements did not refer to, or enter into dialogue with, each other. Instead of seeking to unpack shared legalised features of peace agreements or find common ground for their legal analysis from a comparative perspective, most authors stressed the singularity of the respective conflict and agreement/s

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peace agreements, constitution making, international law, international relations, international dispute settlement, international arbitration, international organisations, conflict resolution
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ISO 690DAASE, Cindy, 2017. Law in the twilight : international courts and tribunals, the security council, and the internationalisation of peace agreements between state and non-state parties. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1-108-42446-2
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