Publications > R2P

Vol. 51, No. 2, June 2016

In: The International Spectator

The Responsibility to Protect at Ten: Glass Half Empty or Half Full?

Jennifer M. Welsh
p. 1-8
In: The International Spectator

R2P: “State of Play”

Sam Sussman, Kalypso Nicolaïdis
p. 9-18
In: The International Spectator

Responsibility to Protect in the Age of Global Terror: A Methodological Reassessment

Francesco Francioni
p. 19-29
In: The International Spectator

First Things First: R2P Starts with Direct Negotiations

Emmanuel De Groof
p. 30-48
In: The International Spectator

Responsibility to Protect: Russia's Approaches

Vladimir Baranovsky, Anatoly Mateiko
p. 49-69
In: The International Spectator

Terrorism, Conflicts and the Responsibility to Protect Cultural Heritage

Federico Lenzerini
p. 70-85
In: The International Spectator

Evidence-Informed Prevention of Civil Wars and Mass Atrocities

Peter Rudolf
p. 86-98
In: The International Spectator

Egypt’s Foreign and Security Policy in Post-R2P Libya

Wolfgang Mühlberger
p. 99-112
In: The International Spectator

Conspiracism In and Around Libya

Karim Mezran
p. 113-118
In: The International Spectator