Persuasive Prevention : Towards a Mechanism for Implementing Article 4(h) and R2P by the African Union

Format: Paperback
Pub. Date: 2010-12-30
Publisher(s): Stylus Pub Llc
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Dan Kuwali presents a fresh perspective to the challenge of international humanitarian interventionism in Africa from an international law perspective. He provides a succinct analysis of the basis for an effective implementation of the right to protect (R2P), drawing on the relevant Articles of the African Union Act. Kuwali also explores the notion of people's sovereignty, presenting a case for conflict prevention and persuasive prevention, which will deter would-be violators of the people's rights, rather than seek to implement the rather difficult process of post-conflict transitional justice'with its attendant costs, compromises and contradictions. Focus is also directed at an analysis of R2P and the international cooperation needed to make it work.

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