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Climate justice and human rights.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): International Relations. Sep2018, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p275-295. 21p.

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Abstract: Climate change as well as climate policies can have adverse effects on the human rights of certain population groups – and can exacerbate situations of injustice. As it stands today, the human rights regime is not set to sufficiently address these situ...

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A human rights tragedy: strategic localization of US foreign policy in Colombia.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): International Relations. Sep2018, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p343-365. 23p.

Abstract: How and to what extent do ideas and political discourses shape bilateral cooperation between a powerful state and its weaker ally? Why do weaker states act in ways that diverge from the expectations and preferences of the powerful state despite the con...

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A Vast, Diverse Coalition.

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): TIME Magazine; 12/21/2020, Vol. 196 Issue 23/24, p52-53, 2p, 6 Color Photographs

Abstract: The article presents the messages from some of the supporters of U.S. President-elect Joseph Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. They regarded Biden as a champion of democracy and human rights so they decided to volunteer for the Democratic t...

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Trump Gives the U.N. His Vision of a World Governed by Self-Interest.

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): TIME Magazine; 10/2/2017, Vol. 190 Issue 13, p13-15, 3p, 8 Color Photographs

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Abstract: The article presents the author's insights on the speech gave by U.S. President Donald Trump to the United Nations (U.N.) on September 19, 2017 about his vision to a country that is governed by self-interest. Topics discussed include the fundamentals o...

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Brazil and Responsibility to Protect: a case of agency and norm entrepreneurship in the Global South.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): International Relations. Sep2016, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p375-390. 16p.

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Abstract: This article questions the still broadly accepted notion that the global debate about Responsibility to Protect (R2P) is divided into a Western (or Northern) ‘pro-R2P’ camp and a non-Western (or Southern) ‘anti-R2P camp’. In the same way, the relativel...

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Great illusions or great transformations? Human rights and international relations a hundred years on.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): International Relations; Jun2019, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p338-356, 19p

Abstract: Copyright of International Relations is the property of Sage Publications, Ltd. and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, ...

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South Africa and the Responsibility to Protect: from champion to sceptic.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): International Relations. Sep2016, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p391-405. 15p.

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Abstract: This article provides an overview of the South African government’s evolving position on the Responsibility to Protect (R2P). While the country was an advocate of R2P in the run-up to the 2005 United Nations (UN) World Summit and the related idea of no...

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India and the Responsibility to Protect.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): International Relations. Sep2016, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p362-374. 13p.

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Abstract: India, though a working democracy, has adopted an ambivalent stance toward the genesis and evolution of the doctrine of the Responsibility to Protect. This article traces India’s views toward the earlier principle of humanitarian intervention, outlines...

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Russia on the rebound: using and misusing the Responsibility to Protect.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): International Relations. Sep2016, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p346-361. 16p.

Abstract: Russian leaders consider the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) a Western liberal democratic norm that erodes sovereignty and threatens Russia’s great power status. They suspect the United States and Europe use R2P as a means of effecting regime changes t...

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Harmonizing ‘Responsibility to Protect’: China’s vision of a post-sovereign world.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): International Relations. Sep2016, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p328-345. 18p.

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Abstract: This article examines the recent evolution of China’s policies toward the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) concept in the context of a changing international environment. As an example of an emerging ‘non-Western’ alternative to the existing normative c...

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