Essays about: "Humanitarian Intervention"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 88 essays containing the words Humanitarian Intervention.

  1. 1. The Politics of the Uyghur Genocide - “A War on Words”

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Institutionen för globala politiska studier (GPS)

    Author : Jinan I M Rawab; [2023]
    Keywords : Uyghur; genocide; international community; China; discourse; Xingang; terrorism; humanitarian intervention; political interests;

    Abstract : Throughout history, recurring instances of genocide have subjected specific groups and minorities to severe human rights violations. The most significant aspect of genocide is the international community's response, which often proves ineffective due to delayed reactions and self-interest. READ MORE


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    Author : Jude Shagba; [2023]
    Keywords : Localization; Paternalism; Power; DRC and Bosnia Herzegovina;

    Abstract : Donor states use aid and grants to promote foreign interests, either directly or through international institutions. This thesis argues that the concept of localization is an emerging form of paternalism that donor states use to advance their domestic interests internationally. READ MORE

  3. 3. The Arab Spring, the rise of terrorism in the Sahel and the evolution of peace and counterterrorism operations in the region : A case study of Mali and neighbouring countries and how peace and counterterrorism operations adjusted to the rise of terrorism in the region

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Teologiska institutionen

    Author : Maria Maio; [2023]
    Keywords : terrorism; Arab Spring; Sahel; failed states; ungoverned spaces; peace and counterterrorism operations; war on terror; development-security nexuss;

    Abstract : The Arab Spring led to the overthrow of multiple authoritarian regimes in the Middle East and North Africa and to the flow of arms and fighters from Libya to Western African countries, triggering the crisis in the Sahel and altering the security landscape of the region. The Sahel, a quite stable region, became vulnerable to the rise of terrorism due to political instability, internal conflicts dynamics and power vacuum which led to ungoverned spaces to be seen as safe havens to terrorist groups. READ MORE

  4. 4. The Impact of Social Work Intervention on Sustainable Consumption through Food Waste Reduction in Gävle Sweden: A Qualitative Study on the Environmental and Socio-economic Benefits

    University essay from Högskolan i Gävle/Avdelningen för socialt arbete och kriminologi

    Author : Chioma E Onoh; Too-chukwu C Ogbuagu; [2023]
    Keywords : Food waste reduction; sustainable consumption; social work; social work intervention; environmental benefit; socio-economic benefit;

    Abstract : Sustainable consumption and reducing food waste have become critical issues in recent years as the world faces environmental and humanitarian challenges. This study aims to identify the perspectives of various actors (social workers, representatives from local organizations, and an individual) on social work interventions towards food waste reduction in Gävle Sweden, and their potential benefits to the environment and vulnerable individuals. READ MORE

  5. 5. R2P – A Problem of Inconsistency in Mass Atrocity Response in the United Nations Security Council : A Comparative Case Study of Libya, Cote d’Ivoire, and Myanmar

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Institutionen för globala politiska studier (GPS)

    Author : Paloma Maria Bazan Tourn; [2022]
    Keywords : R2P; Humanitarian Intervention; Sovereignty; Mass Atrocities; Realism; English School; Libya; Cote d’Ivoire; Myanmar; United Nations Security Council; Human Security.;

    Abstract : The “Responsibility to Protect” (R2P) doctrine was created with the purpose of providing an implementation mechanism for the international community to halt and prevent mass atrocity conflicts, however, it is not a legally binding framework, and requires the UNSC’s engagement for its successful implementation. Whilst R2P is a rhetorically compelling international norm, it falls apart in practice. READ MORE