France, Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect
Since the end of the Cold War, the protection of human life has been a key priority for the international community. While France has played an important, though at times controversial, role in these humanitarian efforts - steering debates at the United Nations and standing in opposition to conflicts worldwide - its contribution has been overlooked and its long-standing commitment to human protection underestimated. Eglantine Staunton offers a compelling corrective to the prevailing assumptions...[Show more]
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