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Rethinking the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) norm in promoting peace and security: Why in Libya and not Syria?
(University of Zimbabwe, 2015-03)
The Responsibility to Protect (R2P) principle remains a useful norm for promoting peace and security and a call for international humanitarian intervention. The research traces the evolution of the responsibility to protect ...
The impact of transformation in United States of America (USA) foreign policy approach from the Bush to the Obama adminstration on Middle East peace and security: The case of Iraq (2000 - 2013)
The idea of security in International Relations has for a long time been identified by the vague pursuance of national interests by states. Traditionally, concepts of security focused on the aspect of military protection ...