The Responsibility to Protect in Syria: Is there a place for regime change?

Abdullah Yusuf (Lead / Corresponding author), Eilidh Garvey

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Abstract

The dilemma facing the international community and the R2P doctrine today: is regime change required in order to successfully protect Syrians and bring peace and security to the state? Yet, one would hope that - if the R2P intervention/regime change formula is simply to stabilise dangerous situations and prevent their escalation by principally humanitarian motives – then the international community would likely cheer and offer support for the move.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationScottish Global Forum Research
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Keywords

  • peace process
  • peacemaking
  • civil war
  • Middle East

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