Global politics and the responsibility to protect.
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1. Introduction 2. An analytical framework for assessing the consolidation of R2P as an international norm 3. The antecedents of the responsibility to protect (1945-2001) 4. The emergence of the Responsibility to Protect as a prospective international norm (2000-2005) 5. Institutionalising R2P : the Responsibility to Protect since the 2005 World Summit 6. R2P reaction : the Responsibility to Protect and the case of Darfur 7. R2P prevention : mediation in the aftermath of Kenya's 2007 presidential elections 8. The Responsibility to Protect : international practice since 2005 9. Conclusion.