R2P in the UN Security Council: Darfur, Libya and beyond

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Gifkins, Jess;
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1177/0010836715613365
  • Subject: Decision making | the United Nations Security Council | Language | resolutions | the responsibility to protect

It has been argued that consensus on the responsibility to protect (R2P) was lost in the United Nations Security Council as a result of the NATO-led intervention in Libya in 2011. This argument assumes that there was more agreement on R2P before the Libyan intervention ... View more
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