Evaluating Situations When a Country is Allowed Under International Law to Intervene in the Affairs of Other Countries

A Case Study on the International Intervention in The Gambia’s Post-Election Crisis 2016/17


Thesis (M.A.), 2021

48 Pages, Grade: Cum Laude


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

1. THE CONCEPT OF INTERVENTION AND THE PRINCIPLE OF NON-INTERVENTION UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW
1.1 The evolution of the principle of Non-Intervention under the UN Charter.
1.2 The interpretation of Article 2(4) of the U.N. Charter.
1.3 The Principle of Non-Intervention in the context of the African Union and ECOWAS regional and sub-regional organizations.

2. THE LEGALITY OF AFRICAN REGIONAL INTERVENTION IN THE GAMBIA AND THE CONCURRENT POSITION OF THE U.N. CHARTER ON SUCH DEVELOPMENTS
2.1 The mandate of regional arrangements and their role in dispute settlement under the U.N. Charter and Multi-lateral Treaties.
2.2 The legal status of the Gambia on the ECOWAS’ Protocol on Democracy and Good Governance (A/SP1/12/01).
2.3 The question of legitimacy under domestic laws of The Gambia.
2.4 The position of the U.N. Security Council with regards to the regional intervention in the Gambia Post-election Crisis.
2.5. The threat of the Use of Force in The Gambia by the ECOWAS & AU regional organization.

3. PRO-DEMOCRATIC INTERVENTION IN CURRENT INTERNATIONAL LAW: GOOD OR BAD?
3.1 Legal Justification of Political Intervention under International law
3.2 Intervention by consent and the question of “who is in control to give consent” in a dilemma of legitimacy?
3.3 Opinion on Pro-democratic Intervention: Good or Bad?

Conclusion

List of Abbreviations

Bibliography

List of Documents

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Title
Evaluating Situations When a Country is Allowed Under International Law to Intervene in the Affairs of Other Countries
Subtitle
A Case Study on the International Intervention in The Gambia’s Post-Election Crisis 2016/17
College
Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel  (Walther Schücking Institute for International Law)
Course
LL.M International Law (Magister Legum)
Grade
Cum Laude
Author
Year
2021
Pages
48
Catalog Number
V1244881
ISBN (eBook)
9783346670410
ISBN (Book)
9783346670427
Language
English
Keywords
evaluating, situations, when, country, allowed, under, international, intervene, affairs, other, countries, case, study, intervention, gambia’s, post-election, crisis
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Ebrima Sowe (Author), 2021, Evaluating Situations When a Country is Allowed Under International Law to Intervene in the Affairs of Other Countries, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1244881

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