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Vacillating on Darfur: Responsibility to Protect, to Prosecute, or to Feed?

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The international community has responded to the crisis in Darfur in a seemingly haphazard manner. Yet, a closer examination reveals a complex normative environment where states must respond to three related, but sometimes conflicting, sets of human rights norms – the responsibility to protect, international criminal justice, and humanitarianism. Using competing theoretical explanations of state behaviour – those based on self-interest and those based on norms – allows us to examine the relationship between these norms and map the international response to Darfur.

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2009-10-01
2016-12-03

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