This book series aims to gather the best new thinking about the Responsibility to Protect into a core set of volumes that provides a definitive account of the principle, its implementation, and role in crises, reflecting a plurality of views and regional perspectives.
Protecting the Global Civilian from Violence UN Discourses and Practices in Fragile States
The Responsibility to Protect in Darfur From Forgotten Conflict to Global Cause and Back
Ethics, Obligation, and the Responsibility to Protect Contesting the Global Power Relations of Accountability
Evaluating the Responsibility to Protect Mass Atrocity Prevention as a Consolidating Norm in International Society
International Responsibility and Grave Humanitarian Crises Collective Provision for Human Security
International Organizations and the Implementation of the Responsibility to Protect The Humanitarian Crisis in Syria
By Timo Kivimaki
April 30, 2021
This book reveals why the UN is more successful than unilateral great powers in protecting civilians from violence, and focuses on the discourse, development and consequences of UN peacekeeping. Analysing statistics of state fragility and fatalities of violence, it reveals that the UN has managed ...
Edited By Charles T. Hunt, Phil Orchard
February 13, 2020
This volume examines the ongoing construction of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) doctrine, elaborating on areas of both consolidation and contestation. The book focuses on how the R2P doctrine has been both consolidated and contested along three dimensions, regarding its meaning, status and ...
By David Lanz
November 07, 2019
This book analyzes the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) in the context of the conflict in Darfur, using detailed empirical evidence. The volume traces Darfur’s evolution from forgotten conflict to a major global cause and back to obscurity. The emergence of a far-reaching international response to ...
Edited By Cecilia Jacob, Martin Mennecke
September 23, 2019
This book examines core thematic approaches to the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and analyzes case studies regarding the implementation of this important global norm. The volume analyzes this process at international, regional and local levels, and identifies an urgent need to progress from ...
By Mark Busser
June 04, 2019
This book critically examines arguments about ‘obligation’ and ‘responsibility’ in relation to the responsibility to protect (R2P) and situates it within wider moral argumentation concerning the role of culpability, answerability, and human rights in international affairs. It discusses the ways in ...
By Ramesh Thakur
November 26, 2018
This volume is a collection of some of the key essays by Ramesh Thakur on the origins, implementation and future prospects of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) norm. The book offers a comprehensive yet accessible review of the origins, evolution, advances and shortcomings of the R2P principle. A ...
By Noële Crossley
August 23, 2018
This book evaluates the extent to which the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) has consolidated as a norm in international society. A consolidated norm in international society is defined here as a regularised pattern of behaviour that is widely accepted as appropriate within a given social context. ...
Edited By Daniel Silander, Don Wallace, John Janzekovic
January 24, 2018
This book seeks to understand the obligations of the international community to promote and protect state and human security in situations of international humanitarian crises. In Iraq and Syria, as well as in neighbouring states, the rise of ISIL has raised serious state and human security ...
Edited By Brett R. O'Bannon
June 30, 2017
This book explores conceptual and operational questions regarding the development and implementation of the Responsibility to Protect. The mass atrocity norm known as the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) has enjoyed meteoric success since the concept was introduced in 2001. But perhaps precisely ...
By Hannes Peltonen
May 31, 2017
This book examines responsibility in grave humanitarian crises, focusing on the international community's collective responsibility to take action in such cases as genocide or ethnic cleansing. The idea of collective responsibility highlights how we would like to see the global level primarily as ...
Edited By Daniel Silander, Don Wallace
January 31, 2017
This book seeks to understand the obligation of the international community to implement the principles of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P). With a focus on the humanitarian crisis in Syria, the volume examines what formal responsibility and actual capability international institutions have to ...
By Annie Herro
October 20, 2014
This book examines the attitudes of political, military and non-state actors towards the idea of a UN Emergency Peace Service, and the issues that might affect the establishment of this service in both theory and practice. The United Nations Emergency Peace Service (UNEPS) is a civil society-led ...