Intervention and Sovereignty in Africa: Conflict Resolution and International Organisations in Darfur

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In response to the civil war in Darfur, the African Mission in Sudan (AMIS) force was established in May 2004, and by June its first contingents were on the ground. For the first time since the founding of the African Union, a resolution about direct intervention in a conflict that involved wide-ranging abuse of human rights was accepted on a pan-continental level. Here, Irit Back looks at the changes in attitudes towards the ever-problematic tension between the concepts of humanitarian intervention and state sovereignty, ...

Intervention and Sovereignty in Africa: Conflict Resolution and International Organisations in Darfur 2015, I.B.Tauris, London

ISBN-13: 9781784532505

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