Bridging the Gap in Human Protection: Contesting the Responsibility to Protect through the Protection of Civilians Norm: A Comparative Study of Brazil, China and South Africa
Human protection has been a high priority since the international community’s failure in the 1990s to respond adequately to instances of mass atrocities in Somalia, Rwanda and Bosnia. Consequently, two human protection norms were developed: the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ (R2P) and the ‘Protection of Civilians in armed conflict’ (POC). Implementation of human protection through R2P is still contested, with non-Western states claiming that the concept has been...[Show more]
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