Global Responsibility to Protect 2 (2010) 127–148 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI 10.1163/187598410X12602515137491 brill.nl/gr2p Refugees, IDPs and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P): Th e Case of Darfur Howard Adelman Griﬃ th University email@example.com Abstract During the ﬁ rst decade of the twenty-ﬁ rst century, a campaign developed and succeeded in establishing a new doctrine in international aﬀ airs called the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ which had a prevention and a rehabilitation dimension but was mostly focused on the rights and responsibilities of states to intervene in the domestic aﬀ airs of other states when the latter failed to protect their citizens from mass atrocities. Movements grew up around the doctrine to publi- cise it, analyse it, and ensure its implementation. An example of the latter is W2I, the ‘Will to Intervene’ which, unlike R2P, did not require UN authorisation for intervention as part of its platform. A key test of the doctrine was Darfur. Yet the study of the case indicates no likelihood of intervention even under the Obama regime that was committed to doing something about Darfur and has put multilateralism at the forefront of its foreign policy. Th e report concludes by contrasting the huge
Global Responsibility to Protect – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2010
Keywords: DARFUR; SUDAN; PROTECTION; R2P; RESPONSIBILITY; INTERVENTION
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