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Responsibility to Protect and Sovereignty (eBook)

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Edited by: Charles Sampford, Ramesh Thakur

ISBN13: 9781317064800
Published: December 2013
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
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The responsibility to protect ('R2P') principle articulates the obligations of the international community to prevent conflict occurring, to intervene in conflicts, and to assist in rebuilding after conflicts. The doctrine is about protecting civilians in armed conflicts from four mass atrocity crimes: genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing. This book examines interventions in East Timor, Sri Lanka, Sudan and Kosovo. The chapters explore and question UN debates with respect to the doctrine both before and after its adoption in 2005; contrasting state attitudes to international military intervention; and what takes place after intervention. It also discusses the ability of the Security Council to access reliable information and credible and transparent processes to enable it to make a determination on the occurrence of atrocities in a Member State. Questioning whether there is a need to find a closer operational link between the responsibilities to prevent and react and a normative link between R2P and principles of international law, the contributions examine the effectiveness of the framework of R2P for international decision-making in response to mass atrocity crimes and ask how an international system to deal with threats and mass atrocities can be developed in the absence of a central authority.This book will be valuable to those interested in international law, human rights, and security, peace and conflict studies.

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Introduction, Charles Sampford
The responsibility to protect at the United Nations, Spencer Zifcak
R2P+POC (+IHRL)=R2PC: the United nations Security Council and the hybridization of international protection principles, Hugh Breakey
R2P and the East Timor intervention, Clinton Fernandes
When is there sufficient information to decide if there is an R2P situation or not? From the intervention in Timor Leste to the crisis in Sri Lanka, Paul Harpur
The responsibility to prevent: could the UN have prevented the atrocities in East Timor and Kosovo?, Hitoshi Nasu
Sovereignty and R2P 10 years after East Timor and Kosovo: a failure to protect: the UN Human Rights Council and Darfur, Kevin Boreham
Legality and legitimacy: a dozen years after Goldstone, Charles Sampford
Refugees and military intervention in the name of responsibility to protect, Angus Francis
The responsibility to protect: retrospect and prospect, Ramesh Thakur