4 search results for “responsibility to protect” in the Public website
Faculty Governance and Global Affairs
From Conflict Termination to Peacemaking: Role and Contours of a Contemporary Jus Post Bellum (or The Jus Post Bellum Project)
Should the law and norms applicable to armed conflict include a distinct category covering the transition from armed conflict to peace, jus post bellum, and if so what are its characteristics?
Studying the United Nations: From Cyberspace and Peacekeeping to the UN's Public Image and Future
As an interdisciplinary institute in the field of Security Studies, the Institute of Security and Global Affairs (ISGA) covers various topics in its research, one of which is the United Nations and the impact of this global organization in the world.