Fullbright Lecture 2012: When can international intervention be justified and effective?

Fullbright Lecture 2012: When can international intervention...

Department for Continuing Education's guest lectures

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The doctrine of the international community's responsibility to protect the citizens of a country whose government has failed them has strengthened the presumption in favour of international intervention for humanitarian reasons. Sir John Holmes asks: 'When can international intervention be justified and effective?'Since the Rwandan genocide, the development of the doctrine of the international community's 'responsibility to protect' the citizens...Read More
The doctrine of the international community's responsibility to protect the citizens of a ...Read More