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Published on: June 13, 2013
The Responsibility to Protect

An Evolving Hope That’s Here to Stay

by Seyom Brown & Ronald E. Neumann

R2P can be a prod for effective humanitarian intervention, but not a recipe suited to particular cases. Implementation can improve, but it will never be easy.

A Feel Good Fallacy

by Rajan Menon

The Responsibility to Protect concept is not flawed because it’s hard to implement; it’s hard to implement because it’s a paragon of moral illogic.

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