"Branches of International Law"
The Responsibility to Protect - From Evasive to Reluctant Action?
Author: Malte Brosig, Alex Bellamy, Festus Aboagye, Lars Brozus, Jessica von Farkas, Eduarda Passarelli Hamann, Dipankar Banerjee, Katharina Wolf, Carl-Wendelin Neubert
Institute for Security Studies (ISS) /
South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) /
Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSS) /
Konrad Adenauer Foundation
This publication contributes to the debate around R2P from the perspective of the aspiring middle-power GIBSA countries (Germany, India, Brazil and South Africa), which are often overshadowed by the permanent members of the UNSC.
More on «The Responsibility to Protect - From Evasive to Reluctant Action?»
13 Apr 2011
India, Libya and the Principle of Non-Intervention
Author: C Raja Mohan
Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS)
Delhi’s decision to abstain on the UN Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 1973, authorizing the use of force in the Libyan civil war was not about expressing India’s non-aligned or non-Western identity.
More on «India, Libya and the Principle of Non-Intervention»
CTC Sentinel 4 (4)
Author: Toby Craig Jones, Nelly Lahoud, Philip Mudd, Alison Pargeter, Caryle Murphy, Zachary Abuza, Rahimullah Yusufzai
Combating Terrorism Center (CTC)
This issue of the CTC Sentinel looks at, among other topics, Saudi Arabia moves to maintain regime stability, Ayman al-Zawahiri’s reaction to revolution in the Middle East, and how the Arab Spring could embolden extremists.
More on «CTC Sentinel 4 (4)»
Effective Use of Intellectual Property Rights to Ensure Adequate Access to Medicines in Nepal
International Development Law Organization (IDLO)
This report covers the outcomes of the three day workshop on Intellectual property law and access to medicines help in Nepal.
More on «Effective Use of Intellectual Property Rights to Ensure Adequate Access to Medicines in Nepal »