Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and Its Implementation: A Glance on Kosovo, Chechenia, Libya, and Syria

  • Mohammad Rasikh Wasiq
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  • Mohammad Rasikh Wasiq

    LL.M. Student at ILS Law College, Pune, India

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The Responsibility to Protect (R2P) norm is a rule that was propounded based on established principles of international law. The several horrible violent conflicts at the end of the twentieth century, which led to unspeakable human rights atrocities and innocent civilians being killed, made clear that the international community should act. The objective of the research is to provide comparative strategies for the maintenance of peace and security in Kosovo, Chechenia, Libya, and Syria. The purpose is to understand the situations of regional security and veto power nations regarding R2P, unearth challenges and highlight some of the success stories. The existing research shall be doctrinal research and limited to the aforesaid states.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 6, Page 1759 - 1780


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