Provocari si dileme ale interventiei umanitare dupa Razboiul Rece. Studiu de caz: Bosnia-Hertegovina/ Challenges and Dilemmas of Humanitarian Interventions after The Cold War. Case Study: Bosnia-Herzegovina (Romanian Version)
AbstractWhat I proposed to show in this paper is that, despite an apparent opposition among some academics and some actors in international society, in the post-Cold War there have been many political, ethical and legal arguments in favour oft he formulation of a doctrine of universal humanitarian intervention, the Security Council itself authorizing a series of important interventions in humanitarian crises. No. pg. 163
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