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Articles
Links to the significant databases/search tools for locating scholarly journal articles
Statistics
Helpful in locating a variety of statistics including demographic, economic and more
Books
Suggestions for places to search for books, both print and electronic
Legal Resources
Military service law journals, JAG sites, links to specific ROL documents, etc.
News Sources
Jump-off points for locating media/news sources
Off-campus Library Access
Answer questions you might have about accessing our resources from anywhere off campus
Maps
Links for some great websites that provide access to digital maps of interest
Organizations
Links to some of the major organizations interested in Rule of Law topics
Peacekeeping Operations
Quick links to peacekeeping resources and websites
Reports
Useful for finding a few specific articles and reports
Social Media
Links to a few Twitter, Facebook and blog sites
Doctrine
Publications & sites
 

Search Strategies

Remember to try some of these terms to help focus your search:

"civil affairs" "capacity building"
"civil military operations" "Supremacy of the law"
"rule of law" "culture of lawfulness"
"international regimes" "humanitarian intervention"
"civil society" "mass atrocities"
"legality of war" "human security"
"jus ad bellum" "human rights"

Definition

According to the Oxford English Dictionary:

1. The authority and influence of law in society, esp. when viewed as a constraint on individual and institutional behaviour; (hence) the principle whereby all members of a society (including those in government) are considered equally subject to publicly disclosed legal codes and processes. 

 

2. A valid legal proposition; a law.

 

      
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