All necessary measures : the United Nations and humanitarian intervention / Carrie Booth Walling
"What prompts the United Nations Security Council to engage forcefully in some crises at high risk for genocide and ethnic cleansing but not others? In All Necessary Measures, Carrie Booth Walling identifies several systematic patterns in the stories that council members tell about conflicts and the policy solutions that result from them. Drawing on qualitative comparative case studies spanning two decades, including situations where the council has intervened to stop mass killing (Somalia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Sierra Leone) as well as situations where it has not (Rwanda, Kosovo, and Sudan), Walling posits that the arguments council members make about the cause and character of conflict as well as the source of sovereign authority in target states have the potential to enable or constrain the use of military force in defense of human rights." -- Publisher's description.
- Pennsylvania studies in human rights
Pennsylvania studies in human rights.
- Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2013
Includes bibliographical references (p. -301) and index
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