Responsibility to Protect Paperback

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Responsibility to Protect

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After the humanitarian failures of the 1990s, the issue of 'humanitarian intervention' nourished most of the debates of that decade. With the beginning of this century, this topic was reformulated into the concept of 'the responsibility to protect', thus shifting the debate from the viewpoint of the interveners to that of the people in peril. The responsibility to protect is a new and controversial issue in many intellectual and political spheres. While some believe that the use of military force as a last resort should not be avoided when it can alleviate or stop large-scale human-rights violations, others hold that any military intervention, even for humanitarian purposes, can only lead to a worsening of the situation. In April 2005, the WCC's Commission of the Churches on International Affairs (CCIA) organised a high-level seminar aimed at advising the WCC on this issue both from a theological and ethical stand, as well as from political perspectives. This publication is a compilation of the papers presented by the participants, together with some background documentation.It is hoped that this publication will be used as a basis for consultation and action by a wide range of actors, including churches, church-related groups, theologians, politicians, diplomats, academic researchers, inter-faith dialogue actors, etc.

Responsibility to Protect was published by World Council of Churches (WCC Publications) in December 2005. The ISBN for Responsibility to Protect is 9782825414705.

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Page last updated 26th October 2016
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherWorld Council of Churches (WCC Publications) (December 2005)
Editionillustrated edition
Number of Pages154
Thickness9 mm
Height242 mm
Width162 mm
Product Code1244039
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