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  • Sep 08 / 2018
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Europe

MEPs call on Council summit to come up with common European solution to migration crisis

MEPs call on Council summit to come up with common European solution to migration crisis Written by Martin Banks and Julie Levy-Abegnoli on 25 June 2018 in News A mini-summit in Brussels on Sunday where leaders of 16 EU countries tried to reach agreement on migration issues ended without a formal joint statement. Instead, the European Commission has [...]

  • Sep 05 / 2018
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Europe

A New Model of Human Security

A New Model of Human Security Aug 20, 2018 JAVIER SOLANA Between interventionist excesses and tragic cases of inaction, it is clear that the international community still lacks a reliable doctrine of humanitarian intervention. The problem is that current security models are still based on the traditional concept of state sovereignty, rather than focusing on individual [...]

  • Feb 10 / 2017
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Middle East

Pourquoi ont-ils tué Mouammar Kadhafi?

Dans son livre “Obkectif Kadhafi”, Patrick Mbeko revient sur 42 années de guerres secrètes contre le chef de la Jamahiriya arabe lybienne. Une chronique de Boniface Musavuli, parue sur le site Agora Vox, que nous publions avec l’acccord de l’auteur par La redaction de Mondafrique  - 24 janvier 2017 583PARTAGES 544 1 38  Le 20 [...]

  • Jan 10 / 2017
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South America

Obligaciones soberanas

Obligaciones soberanas La Razón 465 words 10 January 2017 La Razón LARAZN Spanish © 2017 NoticiasFinancieras. All rights reserved.   La idea de un mundo gobernado es ajena a la mentalidad de quienes, como Donald Trump, propugnan el regreso de Estados Unidos a una grandeza perdida con la regla de oro de situar el interés [...]

  • Jan 09 / 2017
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North America

The Responsibility to Protect doctrine is faltering. Here’s why.

It has been a decade since the international community endorsed the principle of “Responsibility to Protect.” But with hundreds of thousands dead in civil conflicts around the globe, it is clear that the expectations set by this doctrine are not even close to being met. Adopted by the United Nations in 2005, Responsibility to Protect (R2P) encompasses [...]

  • Jan 08 / 2017
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Europe, Middle East

Global Powers’ Commitment To Intervene In Genocides May Be Waning

As U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon prepares to hand the baton to his successor, Portugal’s Antonio Guterres, on New Year’s Day, he is lamenting “unfinished business” in a key U.N. doctrine meant to stop genocidal acts. Ban has described Syria as a “gaping hole in the global conscience.” The U.N. fears that South Sudan is [...]

  • Jan 07 / 2017
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Middle East, Uncategorized

Looking back at Kosovo can move the Syria conflict forward

LLOYD AXWORTHY AND ALLAN ROCK  Special to The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Aug. 26, 2013 7:00AM EDT President Obama seems finally ready to engage in Syria with more than hollow rhetoric. Sadly, this comes after more than 100,000 deaths, two million refugees and massive internal destruction. It comes too after sustained inaction has allowed fanatic [...]

  • Dec 08 / 2016
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South America

El Mediterráneo tomó la vida de 4.715 inmigrantes

GINEBRA, Suiza. Un total de 4.715 personas murieron en el transcurso de este año intentando cruzar el mar Mediterráneo, lo que representa 1.600 muertes más que en el mismo periodo de 2015, según los últimos datos de la Organización Internacional para las Migraciones (OIM). Así lo señaló el organismo en un documento que registra la [...]

  • Sep 19 / 2016
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Africa, Asia-Pacific, Middle East

Muslim world in flux

KARACHI: As Muslims worldwide have just performed another Haj and are now celebrating Eidul Azha, it is perhaps an opportune moment to reflect on the current state of that abstract construct – the ‘Muslim world’. While, indeed, the world as a whole is facing myriad challenges to the global order – political, financial, security etc [...]

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