Search: responsibility to protect,ООН,Libya (3 materials)

Six Criteria for Military Intervention: Proportional Means and Reasonable Prospect

... expect on the ground. Recent events highlight the importance of having a clear mandate. During voting on resolution 1973 on Libya, Russia remarked that the resolution didn’t provide any clarity on how the no-fly zone would be enforced, the rules ... ... civilians into one of a bringing about a regime change. The operation in Libya thus exceeded its mandate and the norm of the responsibility to protect was damaged in the eyes of some nations, including China and Russia. This is partly responsible for ...

02.11.2012

Six Criteria for Military Intervention: Just Cause and Right Intention

... result in more civilian casualties. Without a just cause, military intervention cannot be called humanitarian. The norm of the responsibility to protect limits military intervention to particular crimes such as genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing, and ... ... Council and UN Member States were incapable of responding to the realities on the ground.[2] While on the other hand, we have Libya with 1,000 – 3,000 casualties and with coalition forces intervening in that country within 3 days of adopting resolution ...

30.10.2012

Six Criteria for Military Intervention: Last Resort

... the UN observer mission, a GA resolution, and presidential statements to condemn the violence, but these still have not been able to halt the protracted massacre. The civilian casualty count in Syria continues to rise with each passing day. While in Libya, military intervention occurred just two weeks after having instated non-military means through the unanimously adopted resolution 1970, which wasn’t able to end the mass violence in that time. This decisive action, in an attempt to prevent ...

29.10.2012

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  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
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    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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