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The Politics of the United Nations and the Reality of Responsibility to Protect: The Case Study in Libyan Crisis

@article{Iyekekpolo2013ThePO,
  title={The Politics of the United Nations and the Reality of Responsibility to Protect: The Case Study in Libyan Crisis},
  author={W. Iyekekpolo},
  journal={International Affairs and Global Strategy},
  year={2013},
  volume={14},
  pages={22-34}
}
  • W. Iyekekpolo
  • Published 2013
  • Sociology
  • International Affairs and Global Strategy
There has been intense debate on the appropriatenes s of interventions in sovereign states. This has re sulted in a divide which has pitched those in favour against th ose against intervention. In a concerted effort to resolve the differences and enhance the protection of civilian populations in times of conflict, the World leaders in 2005 adopted the doctrine of Responsibility to Protect ( R2P) which seeks to reconceptualise/redefine interv ention and sovereignty as that of responsibility or… Expand

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