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Author: Bidisha Biswas

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/157180609X406544 International Negotiation 14 (2009) 121–147 www.brill.nl/iner Can’t We Just Talk? Reputational Concerns and International Intervention in Sri Lanka and Indonesia (Aceh) Bidisha Biswas * Department of Political Science, Western

In: International Negotiation
Author: Carol A. Mullen

not translate into action that disrupts settler colonialism. Tuck and Yang ( 2012 , p. 19) ∵ Pedagogical interventions on behalf of Indigenous education are key to decolonizing/indigenizing classrooms and communities. These mediations support vision, goals, partnership, teaming, performance, trust

In: Canadian Indigenous Literature and Art
Author: Howard Adelman

require UN authorisation for intervention as part of its platform. A key test of the doctrine was Darfur. Yet the study of the case indicates no likelihood of intervention even under the Obama regime that was committed to doing something about Darfur and has put multilateralism at the forefront of its

In: Global Responsibility to Protect

and although the situation following Nargis clearly met the threshold criteria, per- mitting coercive intervention, the precautionary principles were not satisfi ed, thus making coer- cive intervention under R2P impermissible. Th e involvement of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN