Western countries have worked hard to facilitate military interventions protecting human rights. A notable example is the Responsibility to Protect doctrine (R2P). But questions have been raised regarding stabilization in the local communities and the risks of misuse as great powers may feel the urge to prioritize their own interests.
This talk will focus on one of the most critical trends in military activism in the last 20 years. Join us in room U170 between 9.15-12.00 on 8 March for this intriguing lecture and discussion!