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Department
Legal Studies
Course
LS 101
Professor
Susan Brophy
Semester
Fall

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Are there Limits to State Law Responsibility to Protect BackgroundSovereignty of a nation state o Right to govern its own domestic affairs free of outside interventionIs intervention ever justifiedRole of the international community o ie international law UN NATOpast events that raise these questions o before 2001 Somalia Rwanda East Timor Koscovo o 2001 and later Afghanistan Iraq Libya SyriaToday making a case for intervention About todays reading2001International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty o Responsibility to Protect or R2P o Led by Canada with members of UNKey document in internat
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