00 Hardcover Series: title KZ4216 The special theme of this edition is humanitarian intervention and other uses of force, and includes such topics as revisiting the issue of self-defense in the case of preventive uses of force and military action against non-state actors, the impact of globalization on humanitarian intervention, the changing German position on the use of force, and the failure of UN peacekeeping in Kosovo.
What does UOF stand for?
UOF stands for Use of Force (various organizations)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of UOF
We have 17 other meanings of UOF in our Acronym Attic
- University of East London (UK)
- University of Oregon Experimental Relativity Group
- User Operational Evaluation System
- Ukrainian Outsourcing Forum (annual conference)
- Uniform Office Format (Chinese computing standard)
- Union des Océanographes de France (French: Union of French Oceanographers)
- Union of Friends (online gaming clan)
- Union Ornithologique de France (French: Onrithology Union of France)
- Unit of Functionality
- University of Fairfax (Vienna, VA)
- User Operations Facility (US NASA)
- Utilization Outfitting
- University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada)
- University of Arizona
- University of Arkansas
- University of the Orange Free State (South Africa)
- Undergraduate Organizations Funding Committee (Yale University; New Haven, CT)
- United Overseas Food Corporation (Montgomeryville, PA)
- University of Calgary (Calgary, Canada)
- University of Chicago (Illinois)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The first part provided an overview of constitutional constraints on the use of force by law enforcement and addressed the inherent hesitation of police officers to use significant levels of force.
Although this process may not represent an intentional component of the police training process, desensitizing future veteran officers to the use of force begins with this type of conditioning.