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Phil Orchard

neutral zone following days of aerial bombardment of the city by his forces, which had caused the government to flee the city. 15 The zone, Sandoz notes, ‘was by and large respected’ even though ‘it had not been created by the party in whose territory it was situated, nor was it subject to

The BRICS and the Future of R2P

Was Syria or Libya the Exception?

Oliver Stuenkel

claims made about rising powers and the future of R2P. Finally, considering the evidence gathered, the article seeks to assess how emerging powers’ positions on R2P will influence the global debate about the subject, and whether the BRICS’ voting behaviour vis-à-vis Libya or Syria was more representative

Cornelius Friesendorf

how police militarization can contribute to stabilization and the protection of people in conflict and post-conflict zones. For David Bayley, democratic police agencies are responsive to the public, subject to the rule of law, protective of human rights, and transparent. 24 Police organizations

Abu Bakarr Bah

has featured prominently in the peace and conflict literature are liberation and separatist movements. Such groups have increased in prominence to the point that their claims and relations to states is the subject of significant debates in international law. Benedict Kingsbury identified three general