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THEME

Humanitarian Intervention

AUTHORS
Editor: John Janzekovic

VOLUME NO.
24 [3]

PUBLICATION DATE
2005

ABSTRACT

Humanitarian intervention is a noble concept that is easily
subject to misinterpretation and abuse. Traditional
‘humanitarian intervention’ debates focus primarily on
the interventionist or the potential interventionist rather
than on the urgent needs of the beneficiary of such action.
Contemporary discourse regarding this topic is not very
different from familiar arguments about the legality of
intervention, concern over violation of sovereignty,
rational justification for intervention, the process of
intervention, and ramifications to the national interest of
interveners. Again the focus is mainly on the needs and
wants of interventionists.

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