Search for dissertations about: "collective security"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 29 swedish dissertations containing the words collective security.

  1. 1. The Revival of Chapter VIII of the UN Charter : Regional Organisations and Collective Security

    Author : Gustaf Lind; Ove Bring; Christian Walter; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; international law; United Nations; UN Charter; regional organizations; collective security; International law; Folkrätt;

    Abstract : A new regionalism has shaped the modern world since the Cold War. This has revived international law as applicable to regional organisations. This study analyses the legal framework in relation to the roles and functions of regional organisations in collective security. The starting point is Chapter VIII of the United Nations Charter. READ MORE

  2. 2. Window of opportunity : Dutch and Swedish security ideas and strategies 1942–1948

    Author : Susanna Erlandsson; Jan Lindegren; Karl Molin; Duco Hellema; Thomas Jonter; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; small states; security; margin for manoeuvre; window of opportunity; neutrality; non-alignment; alliance; collective security; regional cooperation; 20th century history; international relations; World War II; Cold War; Sweden; the Netherlands; Historia; History;

    Abstract : The period treated in this thesis is one which is often characterized as a transition between World War II and the Cold War. By approaching it instead as a window of opportunity – a period in which the governments of small states perceived both an unusual space and an urgent need to reevaluate security – the security policies of two small northwestern European countries, the Netherlands and Sweden, are subjected to a critical reappraisal. READ MORE

  3. 3. The EU´s Collective Use of Force : Exploring the Factors behind its First Military Operations

    Author : Katarina Engberg; Peter Wallensteen; Maria Strömvik; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : EU; collective security; use of force; multilateralisation of intervention; regional security provider; local actors; resource factors; SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; Peace and Conflict Research; Freds- och konfliktforskning;

    Abstract : The EU has since 2003 carried out six military operations.  This thesis seeks to determine the circumstances under which the EU will, or will not, undertake military operations. READ MORE

  4. 4. Redundancy and the Swedish model : Swedish collective agreements on employment security in a national and international context

    Author : Gabriella Sebardt; Ronnie Eklund; Silvana Sciarra; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Labour law; redundancy; employment security; collective agreement; labour market policy; severance compensation; transition support; comparative law; Labour law; Arbetsrätt;

    Abstract : The dominant position of the employment perspective in Swedish labour law has resulted in a focus on the creation of protection against arbitrary dismissals and the reward for long and faithful service. In contrast to other industrialised countries, there is no financial protection in situations of redundancy (e.g. READ MORE

  5. 5. Reasons, Blame, and Collective Harms

    Author : Mattias Gunnemyr; Metaphysics and Collectivity; []
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Skäl; Klander; Orsakssamband; Ineffektivitetsproblemet; Kausala bidrag; Kausalitet; Omärkbara skador; Moralisk tur; Kontrastiva skäl; Den törstige resenären; Reasons; Blameworthiness; Causation; The inefficacy problem; Helping; Causal contributions; Imperceptible harm; Non-threshold cases; Moral luck; process-connection; security-dependence; Contrastive reasons; The thirsty traveller;

    Abstract : Collective harm cases are situations in which things will become worse if enough acts of a certain kind are performed but no single act of the relevant kind will make a difference to the outcome. The inefficacy argument says that since one such act does not make a difference to the outcome, you have no outcome-related reason to refrain from acting in this way. READ MORE