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  • Combating piracy in Somalia, information on International Criminal Law in this legal Encyclopedia.
  • International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, information on International Criminal Law in this legal Encyclopedia.
  • Women’s participation in conflict resolution, information on International Human Rights in this legal Encyclopedia.
  • Palestinians’ application to UNESCO and UN, information on International Organizations in this legal Encyclopedia.
  • Recognition of South Sudan.
  • Sanctions to restore peace and security, information on Nationality, Citizenship and Immigration in this legal Encyclopedia.
  • Protection of civilians in armed conflict, information on Nationality, Citizenship and Immigration in this legal Encyclopedia.

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  • International Conflict Resolution
  • International Conflict

Further Reading

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