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R2P und das Folterverbot

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The 2nd World War and the terrible experience of the Holocaust have changed the law of violence prohibition sustainable. The violence prohibition of Article 2 (4) of the UN Charter recognizes only two exceptions: the individual and collective self-defense. For the first time in the history of mankind, war was generally prohibited as a means of resolving conflicts. The concept of the responsibility to protect, in sof ar as can be seen as a paradigm shift in international relations, as the importance of national sovereignty has undergone a fundamental change.  The brief overview presented in this chapter shows that acts of torture, depending on the specific context, can be implemented as part of ethnic cleansing or genocide, war crimes or crimes against humanity. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: UN Charter; violence prohibition act; responsibility to protect; national sovereignty

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