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Ingvild Bode

negotiated in the everyday, Autesserre ( 2014b : 6) is primarily interested in how standard practices, that is ‘routine activities that are socially meaningful and have an un-thought character, shared habit, and dominant narratives, stories that people create to make sense of their lives and environments’ shape peacekeeping and its effectiveness from the bottom up. Many shared practices that have come to be definitive for what peacekeepers do (such as socialising only with international expatriates, living in compounds, having no knowledge of the local

in United Nations peace operations and International Relations theory
Twentieth-century Germany in the debates of Anglo-American international lawyers and transitional justice experts
Annette Weinke

Morgenthau’s grim outlook, his freewheeling initiative nevertheless attracted harsh criticism. A few months before his departure from office, War Secretary Henry L. Stimson, éminence grise of the Republican Party and father of the foreign policy doctrine of non-recognition, 52 asked several members of his senior staff to conceptualise a counter-plan that would be in sync with the norms and customs of IL. In the end, it was not the academic luminaries of American law schools, but a group of Wall Street lawyers and German expatriate jurists who provided the legal and

in Prussians, Nazis and Peaceniks