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The Oxford handbook of the responsibility to protect / edited by Alex J. Bellamy and Tim Dunne.

Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016.
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'The Responsibility to Protect' provides an effective framework for responding to crimes of genocide, ethnic cleansing, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. It is a response to the many conscious-shocking cases where atrocities - on the worst scale - have occurred even during the post 1945 period when the United Nations was built to save us all from the scourge of genocide.
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R2P in Theory and Practice / Alex J. Bellamy, Tim Dunne -- Humanitarian Intervention in the Nineteenth Century / Davide Rodogno -- The Genocide Convention and Cold War Humanitarian Intervention / Nicholas Wheeler, Justin Morris -- The Turbulent 1990s / Thomas G. Weiss -- Sovereignty as Responsibility / Roberta Cohen, Francis M. Deng -- Rwanda, Kosovo, and the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty / Ramesh Thakur -- The Genesis of R2P / Charles Cater, David M. Malone -- R2P's Status as a Norm / Melissa Labonte -- Sovereignty / Luke Glanville -- Moral Agents of Protection and Supplementary Responsibilities to Protect / Toni Erskine -- R2P and International Law / Nigel S. Rodley -- How Well Does R2P Travel Beyond the West? / Faith Mabera, Yolanda Spies -- The Responsibility Not to Veto / Justin Morris, Nicholas Wheeler -- UN Security Council / Alex J. Bellamy -- UN General Assembly / Megan Schmidt -- Getting There, Being There / Edward C. Luck -- UN Human Rights Council and High Commissioner for Human Rights / Ekkehard Strauss -- The Role of Regional Organizations / David Carment, Sean Winchester, Joe Landry -- The African Union / Kwesi Aning, Frank Okyere -- Asia Pacific and South Asia / Sarah Teitt -- Europe and the European Union / Chiara de Franco, Christoph Meyer, Karen E. Smith -- Russia / Ekatarina Stepanova -- Latin America / Mónica Serrano -- The Arab Region / Fateh Azzam, Coralie Hindawi -- United States / Bruce Jentleson -- Addressing the Gender Gap in R2P / Sara Davies -- The Blurry Boundary between Peacebuilding and R2P / Roland Paris -- The R2P, Protection of Civilians, and UN Peacekeeping Operations / Paul S. Williams -- Saving Individuals from the Scourge of War / Hugo Slim -- The Use of Force / Taylor Seybolt -- Conflict Prevention and R2P / Ruben Reike -- Responding to Forced Displacement as a Mass Atrocity Crime / Phil Orchard -- Responsibility while Protecting / Oliver Stuenkel -- The International Criminal Court / Jason Ralph -- The use of UN sanctions to address mass atrocities / Jeremy Farrall -- The Politics of Global Humanitarianism / Michael W. Doyle -- Côte d'Ivoire / Charles T. Hunt -- Darfur / Jess Gifkins -- The Democratic Republic of Congo / Arthur J. Boutellis -- Kenya / Serena Sharma -- Libya / Simon Adams -- Mali / John Karlsrud -- Myanmar / Jürgen Haacke -- North Korea / Boris Kondoch -- Somalia / Walter Lotze -- South Sudan / Alison Giffen -- Sri Lanka / Kim Nackers -- Syria / Bessma Momani, Tanzeel Hakak -- R2P: The Next Ten Years / Gareth Evans -- The State, Development, and Humanitarianism / Rosemary Foot -- Embedding R2P in a New Universal Declaration of Human Responsibilities / Kishore Mahbubani -- Resetting the Narrative on Peace and Security / Lloyd Axworthy -- R2P's Next Ten Years: Deepening and Extending the Consensus / Jennifer M. Welsh.
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