Is there a the duty to intervene? Intervention and the responsibility to protectIs there a the duty to intervene? Intervention and the responsibility to protect
S to this duty which, it is argued, are largely unpersuasive. In the final section, the article considers the duty to intervene in the context of the responsibility to protect (RtoP)
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Sponsoring Faculty: Ellen G. Friedman, English and Women’s and Gender Studies; Lois Fichner-Rathus, Art; Cynthia Paces, History; Mort Winston, Philosophy and Religion
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U. S. Involvement in the Cambodian Civil War (1970-1975) The civil war in Cambodia started during April 1970. Prince Norodom Sihanouk had become king of Cambodia in 1941 when the French appointed him. Sihanouk negotiatU. S. Involvement in the Cambodian Civil War (1970-1975) The civil war in Cambodia started during April 1970. Prince Norodom Sihanouk had become king of Cambodia in 1941 when the French appointed him. Sihanouk negotiat
U. S. policy), the lack of information outside of U. S. intelligence (e g., firsthand accounts), and the way in which the Cold War environment influenced both the left and right wings conclusion that the U
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War crimes and australiaWar crimes and australia
In the course of debate in the House of Representatives on the second reading of the International War Crimes Tribunal Bill 1994 (Cth)
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How did the World Respond to the Cambodian Genocide? How did the world respond?How did the World Respond to the Cambodian Genocide? How did the world respond?
There were networks of people who helped smuggle Cambodians out of the country and to safety, as well as many small international efforts to raise funds, but over all, very little attention, time
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Stories of Upstanders: Raphael LemkinStories of Upstanders: Raphael Lemkin
Raphael Lemkin. Forty-nine people in my family died in the Holocaust. I couldn’t understand how an entire people could be destroyed. There was no name for what happened and no punishment to prevent it
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The Nuremberg Military Tribunals and the Origins of International Criminal Law a book Proposal by Kevin Jon Heller Oxford University Press IntroductionThe Nuremberg Military Tribunals and the Origins of International Criminal Law a book Proposal by Kevin Jon Heller Oxford University Press Introduction
Counsel, opined that “there will be no lack of books and articles in the years to come” on “the actual outcome of the trials, the legal reasoning of the judgments, the historical revelations of the documents and testimony
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Universal Jurisdiction in a Divided World: Conference Remarks Universal Jurisdiction in a Divided World: Conference Remarks 
The problem, then, is how to fashion a jurisdictional structure that circumvents obstruction by perpetrator regimes while still maintaining legitimate foundations for the exercise of judicial power
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