By K. Butler

A serious Humanitarian Intervention process explores methods of reconceptualising safeguard by way of Ken Booth's concept of global safety. This procedure, focusing on human improvement extra largely can increase upon the theoretical and functional obstacles of solidarist theories with regards to humanitarian intervention.

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