The practice of shared responsibility in international law
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2017
This contribution focuses on shared responsibility in the context of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)-led operations. Such a focus is timely because NATO-led operations involve a number of different actors, notably NATO itself, troop contributing states, NATO member states not contributing to the operation concerned, as well as a host state. This suggests a large potential for shared responsibility.
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