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Farer – Paradigm of Legitimate Intervention (882-83)



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Farer – Paradigm of Legitimate Intervention (882-83)

  1. Ways in which people tried to expand scope of unilateral uses of force beyond 2(4)

    1. When SC paralyzed – states recover broad right to self-help

  2. Competing doctrines put forth to justify movement

    1. Brezhnev Doctrine – USSR can intervene on behalf of int’l proletarian interests. “sphere of influence” doctrine - Socialist countries (i.e. Eastern Europe) subject to attempts to destabilize by the West. Right to go to assistance of socialist comrades wherever there is a significant threat to their internal stability.

    2. US invasion of Cuba and Dominican Republic

      1. Argued authorization could be after the fact and/or induced by silence of SC

      2. Reagan Doctrine – builds on Monroe “sphere of influence” doctrine.

    3. Developing states – support national liberation movements

  • Post-Cold War

    1. SC Military Interventions

      1. Kuwait – expulsion of Iraqi forces

      2. Somalia – delivery of humanitarian assistance

      3. Bosnia - delivery of humanitarian assistance

      4. Haiti – restoration of democratically elected head of state

      5. Rwanda – termination of Genocide

  • Iraq

    1. History of Iraqi-Kuwait relations

      1. 1922 – Britain decided current borders of disintegrated Ottoman Empire. Deliberately denied Iraq viable access to Persian Gulf. Iraq periodically laid claim to some/all Kuwait.

      2. 1963 – Iraq reached agreement with Kuwait – acknowledged its independence.

      3. 1979 – Hussein comes to power, goes to war with Iran.

      4. 1990 – Iraq begins complaining that Kuwait is exceeding OPEC production quotas. Also claims Kuwait is slant-drilling and stealing oil.

        1. Efficacy of Iraq’s claims that Kuwait is really its?


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