Global politics and the responsibility to protect.
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1. The responsibility to protect and the limits of international authority / Anne Orford 2. Understanding the gap between the promise and the reality of 'the responsibility to protect' / David Chandler 3. The rise and fall (and supposed rise again) of the responsibility to protect (R2P) as a norm of international law : R2P in the human rights landscape / Jeremy Sarkin 4. Africa : is there a state? Implications of statelessness for a state-centric human protection norm / Brett R. O'Bannon 5. The responsibility to protect in Congo : the failure of grassroots prevention / Severine Autesserre 6. United Nations action in Sri Lanka and the responsibility to protect / Alex J. Bellamy 7. The unintended consequences of UN peacekeeping in post-war South Sudan : why everyone wants a uniform / Carol Berger 8. Crying out for action : do the dead say anything about the responsibility to protect? / John K. Roth.