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Posts Tagged / Use of Force & Military Intervention

  • May 16 / 2004
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Europe

U.N. should threaten force in west Sudan – ICG.

  U.N. should threaten force in west Sudan – ICG. 311 words 16 May 2004 12:16 Reuters News LBA English (c) 2004 Reuters Limited   CAIRO, May 16 (Reuters) – The U.N. should threaten Sudan with military intervention if Khartoum does not stop violating international humanitarian law and targeting civilians in its war-stricken west, an [...]

  • May 15 / 2004
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Europe

The world should be ready to intervene in Sudan Darfur

  OPINION The world should be ready to intervene in Sudan Darfur Gareth Evans International Herald Tribune 926 words 15 May 2004 International Herald Tribune INHT English © 2004 International Herald Tribune. Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. All rights reserved.   BRUSSELS The UN secretary general, Kofi Annan, has called it ethnic cleansing. President [...]

  • May 12 / 2004
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North America

Intervention: shivering in Iraq’s chill

  Comment Intervention: shivering in Iraq’s chill DAVID WRIGHT 738 words 12 May 2004 The Globe and Mail GLOB A19 English All material copyright Bell Globemedia Publishing Inc. or its licensors. All rights reserved.   The next time the international community considers intervening in a country’s affairs even for the best of reasons, Iraq will [...]

  • May 08 / 2004
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North America

Reports list murder, rape in Sudan crisis: UN, U.S. castigate neighbour nations for avoiding active role against abuses

  News Reports list murder, rape in Sudan crisis: UN, U.S. castigate neighbour nations for avoiding active role against abuses Steven Edwards The Ottawa Citizen 698 words 8 May 2004 Ottawa Citizen OTCT Final A12 English Copyright © 2004 Ottawa Citizen   UNITED NATI UNITED NATIONS – African countries came under fire yesterday for not [...]

  • Apr 01 / 2004
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North America

Humanitarian Hazard

Humanitarian Hazard Kuperman, Alan J 3450 words 1 April 2004 Harvard International Review HIR 64 Volume 26; Issue 1; ISSN: 07391854 English Copyright (c) 2004 Bell & Howell Information and Learning Company. All rights reserved.   Revisiting Doctrines of Intervention   No foreign policy seems more inherently benign than humanitarian military intervention. It is rooted [...]

  • Mar 01 / 2004
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North America

HUMAN RIGHTS

HUMAN RIGHTS Falk, Richard 4083 words 1 March 2004 Foreign Policy FPLC 18 ISSN: 00157228 English Copyright (c) 2004 Bell & Howell Information and Learning Company. All rights reserved.   The concept of human rights is the mother’s milk of the international community. Problem is, these days human rights come in more flavors than coffee [...]

  • Jan 01 / 2004
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North America

A Duty to Prevent.

A Duty to Prevent. Feinstein, Lee Slaughter, Anne-Marie 5024 words 1 January 2004 Foreign Affairs FRNA 136 ISSN: 0015-7120; Volume 83; Issue 1 English Copyright (c) 2004 All rights reserved.   Summary: The unprecedented threat posed by terrorists and rogue states armed with weapons of mass destruction cannot be handled by an outdated and poorly enforced nonproliferation regime. The international [...]

  • Jul 14 / 2003
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North America

John Kampfner on a Third Way Think-in

As he meets other Third Way leaders (but don’t call them that, it’s so 1990s), Blair will struggle to convince them that, having done war, he can also do peace. (Politics). Kampfner, John 871 words 14 July 2003 New Statesman NSTS 8 ISSN: 1364-7431; Volume 132; Issue 4646 English Copyright 2003 Gale Group Inc. All [...]

  • Nov 01 / 2002
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North America

The Responsibility to Protect

The Responsibility to Protect. Evans, Gareth Sahnoun, Mohamed 4125 words 1 November 2002 Foreign Affairs FRNA 99 ISSN: 0015-7120; Volume 81; Issue 6 English Copyright (c) 2002 All rights reserved.   revisiting humanitarian intervention The international community in the last decade repeatedly made a mess of handling the many demands that were made for “humanitarian [...]