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Dear Stephen,

The United Nations Juridical Yearbook includes a bibliography each year with a section on the Security Council.

These are available online, 1963-2001, 2003-2009:
http://www.un.org/law/UNJuridicalYearbook/index.htm

Select "Part IV. Bibliography" and then choose a year to see the full text.

Other sections of the bibliography may also be of relevance, depending on the topic of your research (e.g. Peacekeeping, etc.).

For example, here's the Security Council section from the 2009 Yearbook:

Security Council
Alvarez, J. E. Contemporary International Law: An Empire of Law Or the Law of Empire.
American University International Law Review vol. 24, iss. 5 (2009): p..811.

—. U.S. Policies Towards and in the U.N. Security Council. ILSA Journal of International
and Comparative Law vol. 15, iss. 2 (2009): p..319.

Alves Pereira, A. C. Notas sobre a reforma do Conselho de Seguranca das Nacoes Unidas.
Anuario Hispano-Luso-Americano de derecho internacional, iss. 18 (2007): p..209.

Antonopoulos, C. The UN Security Council and Genocide. Revue Hellenique de droit
international (2008): p..3.

Benson, M., and N. S. Satana. Choosing Sides: UN Resolutions and Non-Neutrality. In
International Conflict Mediation: New Approaches and Findings. Edited by J. Bercovitch
and S.S. Gartner. (London [United Kingdom]: Routledge, 2009). p..135.

Biakotozky, N. Overcoming Collective Action Failure in the Security Council: Would
Direct Regional Representation Better Protect Universal Human Rights? Buffalo
Human Rights Law Review vol. 15 (2009): p..1.

Bosco, D. L. Five to Rule them all: The UN Security Council and the Making of the Modern
World. (Oxford [United Kingdom]: Oxford, 2009). 310 p.

Cadin, R. I presupposti dell’azione del Consiglio di sicurezza nell’articolo 39 della Carta delle
Nazioni unite. (Milan [Italy]: A. Giuffre, 2008). 593 p.

Cook, S. Security Council Resolution 1820: On Militarism, Flashlights, Raincoats, and
Rooms with Doors—A Political Perspective on where it Came from and what it Adds.
Emory International Law Review vol. 23, iss. 1 (2009): p..125.

Critchlow, G. A. Stopping Genocide through International Agreement when the Security
Council Fails to Act. Georgetown Journal of International Law vol. 40, iss. 2 (2009):
p..311.

Dastoor, N. F. The Responsibility to Refine: The Need for a Security Council Committee
on the Responsibility to Protect. Harvard Human Rights Journal vol. 22, iss. 1 (2009):
p..25.

de Burca, G., I. Canor, and A. Nollkaemper. The European Courts and the Security
Council: Between Dedoublement Fonctionnel and Balancing of Values: Three Replies
to Pasquale De Sena and Maria Chiara Vitucci. European Journal of International Law
vol. 20, iss. 3 (2009): p..870.

De Sena, P., and M. C. Vitucci. The European Courts and the Security Council: Between
Dedoublement Fonctionnel and Balancing of Values: A Rejoinder to Grainne De Burca,
Andre Nollkaemper and Iris Canor. European Journal of International Law vol. 20,
iss. 3 (2009): p..889.

de Wet, E. Holding the United Nations Security Council Accountable for Human Rights
Violations through Domestic and Regional Courts: A Case of ‘Be Careful what You
Wish for’? In Sanctions, Accountability and Governance in a Globalised World. Edited
by J. Farrall and K. Rubenstein. (Cambridge [the United Kingdom]: Cambridge
University Press, 2009). p..143.

Farrall, J. Should the United Nations Security Council Leave it to the Experts? the
Governance and Accountability of UN Sanctions Monitoring. In Sanctions,
Accountability and Governance in a Globalised World. Edited by J. Farrall and K.
Rubenstein. (Cambridge [United Kingdom]: Cambridge University Press, 2009).
p..191.

Farrell, J. Does the UN Security Council Compound the Global Democratic Deficit?
Alberta Law Review vol. 46, iss. 4 (2009): p..913.

Gruenberg, J. S. An Analysis of United Nations Security Council Resolutions: Are all
Countries Treated Equally? Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law vol.
41, iss. 2–3 (2009): p..469.

Gurule, J. The Demise of the UN Economic Sanctions Regime to Deprive Terrorists of
Funding. Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law vol. 41, iss. 1 (2009):
p..19.

Houghton, M. C. Walking the Plank: How United Nations Security Council Resolution
1816, while Progressive, Fails to Provide a Comprehensive Solution to Somali Piracy.
Tulsa Journal of Comparative & International Law vol. 16, iss. 2 (2009): p..253.

Hovell, D. The Deliberative Deficit: Transparency, Access to Information and UN Sanctions.
In Sanctions, Accountability and Governance in a Globalised World. Edited by J. Farrall
and K. Rubenstein. (Cambridge [United Kingdom]: Cambridge University Press,
2009). p..92.

Johansson, P..The Humdrum use of Ultimate Authority: Defining and Analysing Chapter
VII Resolutions. Nordic Journal of International Law vol. 78, iss. 3 (2009): p..309.

Kreipe, N. Les autorisations donnees par le Conseil de securite des Nations Unies a des
mesures militaires. (Paris: L.G.D.J., 2009). 321 p.

Lavranos, N. Judicial Review of UN Sanctions by the European Court of Justice. Nordic
Journal of International Law vol. 78, iss. 3 (2009): p..343.

Messineo, F. The House of Lords in Al-Jedda and Public International Law: Attribution of
Conduct to UN-Authorized Forces and the Power of the Security Council to Displace
Human Rights. Netherlands International Law Review vol. 56, iss. 1 (2009): p..35.

Michaelson, C. Kadi and Al Barakaat v Council of the European Union and Commission
of the European Communities—The Incompatibility of the United Nations Security
Council’s 1267 Sanctions Regime with European due Process Guarantees. Melbourne
Journal of International Law vol. 10, iss. 1 (2009): p..329.

Nasu, H. Who Guards the Guardian? Towards Regulation of the UN Security Council’s
Chapter VII Powers through Dialogue. In Sanctions, Accountability and Governance
in a Globalised World. Edited by J. Farrall and K. Rubenstein. (Cambridge [The United
Kingdom]: Cambridge University, 2009). p..123.

Schreck, R. Rhetoric without Results: United Nations Security Council Resolutions
Concerning Rape during Armed Conflict. Penn State International Law Review vol.
28, iss. 1 (2009): p..83.

Stenhammar, F. United Nations Targeted Sanctions, the International Rule of Law and
the European Court of Justice’s Judgment in Kadi and Al-Barakaat . Nordic Journal of
International Law vol. 79, iss. 1 (2010): p..113.

Vegh, K. A Legislative Power of the UN Security Council? Acta Juridica Hungarica vol. 49,
iss. 3 (2008): p..275.

Weema, C. Kadi v. Council: Putting the United Nations in its Place. Tulane Journal of
International and Comparative Law vol. 17, iss. 2 (2009): p..571.

Zou, K. Piracy and the Security Council. International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
vol. 24, iss. 3 (2009): p..583.



Please let me know if you have any questions.

Peace,
Susan

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Dear int-lawyers,
 
I'd be very grateful for a short bibliographical overview of the literature on the UN Security Council (its powers, competences and recent practice). Any suggestions are highly welcome!
 
Thanks
Stephan
 
Dr. Stephan Wittich
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University of Vienna
Department of International Law

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Essays in Honour of Christoph Schreuer
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International Law between Universalism and Fragmentation
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From December 2008
 

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