Bérénice is a PhD candidate in the SHARES Project.
She is writing her thesis on the topic of Shared Responsibility in International Military Operations. The research intends to uncover the principles and processes to obtain reparation for injuries caused by multiple actors in military operations. The research area covers the United Nations and NATO peacekeeping and enforcement operations, as well as the operations of a coalition of States.
Bérénice holds an LLM in Public International Law from the University of Amsterdam (2010) and a Research Master in Private International Law and International Commercial Law from the University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (2008).
Blogposts by Bérénice Boutin
- Responsibility for peace, and responsibility in war: on the military operation in Mali
- A brief overview of the SHARES Concept Paper - Introductory session of the Conference on Foundations of Shared Responsibility in International Law
- What Responsibility for States Participating to a Lesser Extent to the NATO Operation in Libya?
- An “unlikely scenario” that occurred in Ivory Coast… And a case for shared responsibility between the UN and France
- The first days of the implementation of Resolution 1973: an unclear coalition and unclear responsibilities
- Apologies are not enough: on the practical importance of implementing international responsibility
Publications by Bérénice Boutin
- Responsibility of the Netherlands for the Acts of Dutchbat in Nuhanović and Mustafić: The Continuous Quest for a Tangible Meaning for ‘Effective Control’ in the Context of Peacekeeping