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100 1  Çetinkaya, Lokman B.,|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names
       /no2017059214|eauthor. 
245 10 Safe zone :|ba response to large-scale refugee outflows 
       and human suffering /|cLokman B. Çetinkaya. 
264  1 Cham, Switzerland :|bSpringer,|c[2017] 
300    1 online resource (viii, 71 pages) :|bcolor maps. 
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490 1  SpringerBriefs in Law. 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 0  Foreword; Contents; 1 Introduction; 2 Application of 
       Countermeasures to Justify the Establishment of Safe Zones
       as a Response to Large-Scale Refugee Outflows; 2.1 
       Analysis of the Requirements for a Countermeasures Defense
       to Establish of Safe Zones; 2.1.1 A Response to a Previous
       Internationally Wrongful Act; 2.1.2 The Responsible State 
       Must Be Called upon to Return to a Lawful Situation Before
       Countermeasures Are Adopted; 2.1.3 Countermeasures Must Be
       Directed Only Against the Wrongdoer State to Induce 
       Compliance with Its International Obligations; 2.1.4 
       Duration; 2.1.5 Reversibility. 
505 8  2.1.6 Proportionality2.2 Collective Countermeasures; 2.3 
       Forcible Countermeasures; 2.3.1 Character of the Use of 
       Force; 2.3.2 The Ban on the Use of Force and Forcible 
       Countermeasures; 2.3.3 Forcible Measures Against Large-
       Scale Refugee Outflows; 3 Application of the Concept of 
       Necessity to Justify the Establishment of Safe Zones to 
       Prevent Large-Scale Refugee Outflows; 3.1 Analysis of the 
       Requirements for a Necessity Defense to Establish of Safe 
       Zones; 3.1.1 An 'Essential Interest' of the State Must Be 
       at Stake; 3.1.2 Presence of a 'Grave and Imminent Peril' 
505 8  3.1.3 The State Must Have no Other Means of Safeguarding 
       Its Interest3.1.3.1 Resettlement of Refugees in Third 
       States; 3.1.3.2 Refugee Camps/Accommodation Centers in the
       Refugee-Receiving Country; 3.1.3.3 Border Closure; 3.1.3.4
       Establishment of Safe Zones in the Refugee-Generating 
       Country; 3.1.4 Balancing Conflicting Interests; 3.1.5 
       State's Contribution to the Occurrence of the Situation of
       Necessity; 3.2 Application of the Necessity Doctrine to 
       Justify Forcible Action Abroad. 
505 8  4 Application of the Humanitarian Intervention Doctrine to
       Justify the Establishment of Safe Zones to Alleviate Human
       Suffering4.1 Responsibility to Protect or Humanitarian 
       Intervention?; 4.2 Breaking the Sovereignty Shield; 4.3 
       The Link Between Human Suffering, Refugee Outflows and 
       International Security; 4.4 Historical Instances of 
       Humanitarian Intervention; 4.5 Legality of Humanitarian 
       Intervention and the Establishment of Safe Zones; 4.6 
       Disinterest; 5 Conclusion; References; List of Cases. 
520    Using legal arguments consistent with international law, 
       this book explores whether and under which circumstances a
       State (or States) may establish and militarily enforce 
       safe zones in countries that produce large-scale refugee 
       outflows so as to protect its (or their) own interests by 
       averting said outflows, as well as to alleviate human 
       suffering in today's world of civil and internal warfare. 
       Though large-scale refugee outflows have become an 
       increasingly frequent problem in inter-state relations, 
       international law offers no clear remedy. Accordingly, 
       interpretation and adaptation of the existing rules and 
       principles of international law, in addition to State 
       practice and the jurisprudence of international courts, 
       are required in order to find appropriate and lawful 
       responses to such situations. The book examines 
       countermeasures, necessity and humanitarian intervention 
       as possible legal grounds to justify the establishment of 
       safe zones. Since the proposal of a safe zone for Syria 
       remains on the international community's agenda, the 
       specific conditions of this case are particularly 
       addressed in order to assess the suitability and legality 
       of a possible safe zone in Syria. 
650  0 Refugees|xLegal status, laws, etc.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/subjects/sh85112302 
650  0 Asylum, Right of.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85009045 
655  4 Electronic books. 
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830  0 SpringerBriefs in law.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
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