Tagarchief: Protection of Civilians

Are Tribes the Key to Peace in Libya?

Militias who fought and toppled the Khaddafi regime in 2011 have now increasingly turned on each other in Libya, seemingly along tribal lines. However, while most international observers tend to view the tribal system as one of the main drivers … Lees verder

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Updated version of the ‘The Leaders Handbook of International Relations’

The crisis in Syria is deteriorating fast. There seem to be a lack of determination from world leaders to react to this crisis and to take a stand against violence against civilians. A reason for this could be that many political leaders are still … Lees verder

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De NAVO en de Responsibility to Protect: De zaak van de 72 Libische bootvluchtelingen

[Door: Emiliano Landkroon] “…the people involved in this boat tragedy could have been rescued if all those involved had complied with their obligations.” Dit schrijft mevrouw Strik, special rapporteur van de Raad van Europa in haar rapport Lives lost in … Lees verder

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Wordfeud over Syria kills more than just time

[By: Emiliano Landkroon] Wordfeud is a popular game, played on smart phones, to kill time. In the international arena a similar game of words is played at the expense of the citizens of Syria. Only in Syria, it is the … Lees verder

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