HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION AND
REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:
Kosovo, East Timor, and the New International Law

About this Web Project and Author

This web project was created for Professor John Setear's How We Get Into Wars seminar at the University of Virginia School of Law, Fall 1999.  It is designed to address a major recent issue in international law and warfare, namely humanitarian intervention and its legality.  It combines an analytical research paper on the topic, along with in-depth information on similar research currently available on the internet.

The author is Andrew Bell, a second-year law student at the University of Virginia School of Law enrolled in the joint J.D.-M.A. in Government and Foreign Affairs program.  Andrew graduated from Duke University in May 1998, and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force that same month.  He is currently on educational delay, and will enter active duty as an Air Force judge advocate upon graduation in 2001.

With thanks to Betsy Jordan for the original idea.

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