The Problems of NATO's R2P Implementation in Libya: Has the international Community Learnt its Lesson?
The international community’s speedy and decisive response to Gaddafi’s brutal oppression of innocent civilians raised new optimism for effective cooperation in humanitarian protection. However, as the situation unravelled it became clear that the way Responsibility to Protect (R2P) was implemented in Libya it appeared to have confirmed the long-standing suspicions of several non-western nations, who often perceived that the doctrine may be used as a pretext...[Show more]
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