- Syria: Do the Legal... No! Do The Right Thing. DE WIND, DORIAN // Moderate Voice;8/28/2013, p20
The article presents the author's views about a column in the New York Times entitled "Bomb Syria, Even if It Is Illegal" which he tends to agree. He highlighted some arguments on the need for a military intervention against the al-Assad regime where thousands of innocent lives have been taken...
- WHY NOT RWANDA? // New Republic;5/16/94, Vol. 210 Issue 20, p7
Discusses the reason behind the decision of the U.S. and the United Nations to focus on the genocide in Bosnia rather than in Rwanda in 1994. Assessment of the discrepancy in the response to the crisis in Bosnia and Rwanda; Urgency of addressing the problem associated with Serbian aggression;...
- Legality of military intervention to protect human rights and prevent genocide. Gerry, Alexander A.C. // Officer;Oct99, Vol. 75 Issue 9, p34
Focuses on the legitimacy of military intervention in protecting populations against genocide. Justification for military action in the absence of a consensus in the United Nations; Lack of defined philosophy in the UN Charter for the intervention in the internal affairs of a nation.
- The Charter: Does It Fit? Glennon, Michael J. // UN Chronicle;1999, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p32
Analyzes the provisions in the United Nations (UN) Charter in relation to international intervention in a civil conflict situations. Implications of sovereignty as a controlling principle of the charter; Authority granted by the charter to the UN Security Council; Remarks of British Prime...
- Courting Genocide: The Unintended Effects of Humanitarian Intervention. Nzelibe, Jide // California Law Review;Aug2009, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p1171
The article explores the issue concerning the impact of humanitarian intervention on international legal process. It exemplifies the perverse logic of humanitarian interventions through exploring two legal cases. It also provides an alternative rationalist explanation why humanitarian...
- Rwanda, Kosovo, and the limits of justice. Confessore, Nicholas // American Prospect;Jul/Aug99, Issue 45, p90
Focuses on the limitations of the United States' foreign intervention in Kosovo, Serbia, in 1999. Failure to intervene at Kosovo to stop the ethnic cleansing; Need for commitment to enforce human rights principles; Various legal and moral hindrances to punishing mass violence.
- WE DID NOTHING. Cain, Kenneth // GQ: Gentlemen's Quarterly;Jun2004, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p107
Asserts that the United States did nothing to prevent the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. Consequence of the failure of U.S. military intervention in Somalia; Killing of Tutsis by Hutus; Arrest of suspects by the Rwandan Patriotic Army.
- America: Indispensable for Fighting Evil. Forbes, Steve // Forbes Global;10/18/2004, Vol. 7 Issue 18, p9
Reports on the genocide committed by Sudan's Arab-dominated government in the province of Darfur. Number of people that have been forced from their homes; Country that supplied Sudan with chemical weapons and purportedly has helped its government use them in Darfur; Role of the U.S. in ending...
- Cowardice and Conscience--A Response. // World Policy Journal;Summer99, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p143
Presents a response to Collete Braeckman's essay `Cowardice and Conscience,' about the response of the international community, particularly the United States, in the genocide in Rwanda in 1994. Failure to examine the history of the ethnic conflict in Rwanda; Consequences of the failure of the...