Author Tang Abomo, Paul, author
Title R2P and the US intervention in Libya / by Paul Tang Abomo
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
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Descript 1 online resource (xv, 292 pages) : digital ; 23 cm
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Note 1. Introduction -- 2. The Responsibility to Protect: The History of a Growing Norm -- 3. Theory and Methods -- 4. U.S. Foreign Policy in the Context of Humanitarian Intervention -- 5. Historical Context of U.S. - Libyan Relations (prior to 2011) -- 6. R2P Norm of "Prevention" in U.S. Foreign Policy toward the Libyan Civil War -- 7. R2P Norm of "Reaction" in U.S. Foreign Policy toward the Libyan Civil War -- 8. R2P Norm of "Rebuilding" in U.S. Foreign Policy toward the Libyan Civil War -- 9. General Conclusion: R2P After Libya
This book argues that the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) the Libyan people played an important role in the U.S.'s decision to act, both in terms of how the language of deliberation was framed and the implementation of the actual intervention once all preventive means had been exhausted. While the initial ethos of the intervention followed international norms, the author argues that as the conflict continued to unfold, the Obama administration's loss of focus and lack of political will for post-conflict resolution, as well as a wider lack of understanding of ever changing politics on the ground, resulted in Libya's precipitation into chaos. By examining the cases of Rwanda and Darfur alongside the interventions in Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan, the book discusses how these cases influenced current decision-making with regards to foreign interventions and offers a triangular framework through which to understand R2P: responsibility to prevent, react and rebuild. Paul Tang Abomo is a Jesuit Professor of Political Science at Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations, Kenya
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Subject Humanitarian intervention -- Libya
Responsibility to protect (International law) -- Libya
Military assistance, American -- Libya
United States -- Foreign relations -- Libya
Libya -- Foreign relations -- United States
Political Science and International Relations
International Security Studies
Foreign Policy
International Humanitarian Law, Law of Armed Conflict
Human Rights
International Relations Theory
International Organization
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Responsibility to Protect and the US intervention in Libya
Responsibility to Protect and the United States intervention in Libya