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(p. 1001) Bibliography

(p. 1001) Bibliography

Books, Book Chapters, and Journal Articles

Abass, Ademola (2012). ‘The African Union and the Responsibility to Protect: Principles and Limitations’, in Julia Hoffmann and Andre Nollkaemper (eds.), Responsibility to Protect: From Principle to Practice (Amsterdam: Pallas Publications), pp. 213–36.Find this resource:

Abass, Ademola and Mashood A. Baderin (2002). ‘Towards Effective Collective Security and Human Rights Protection in Africa: An Assessment of the Constitutive Act of the New African Union’, Netherlands International Law Review 49(1): 1–38.Find this resource:

Abebe, Allehone M. (2010). ‘The African Union Convention on Internally Displaced Persons: Its Codification Background, Scope, and Enforcement Challenges’, Refugee Survey Quarterly 29(3): 28–57.Find this resource:

Abiew, F. Kofi (1999). The Evolution of the Doctrine and Practice of Humanitarian Intervention (The Hague: Kluwer Law International).Find this resource:

Acharya, Amitav (2004). ‘How Ideas Spread: Whose Norms Matter? Norm Localization and Institutional Change in Asian Regionalism’, International Organization 58(2): 239–75.Find this resource:

Acharya, Amitav (2007). Promoting Human Security: Ethical, Normative and Educational Frameworks in South-East Asia (Paris: UNESCO).Find this resource:

Acharya, Amitav (2009). Whose Ideas Matter? Agency and Power in Asian Regionalism (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press).Find this resource:

Acharya, Amitav (2011). ‘Norm Subsidiarity and Regional Orders: Sovereignty, Regionalism, and Rulemaking in the Third World’, International Studies Quarterly 55(1): 95–123.Find this resource:

Acharya, Amitav (2014). ‘Who Are the Norm Makers? The Asian-African Conference in Bandung and the Evolution of Norms’, Global Governance 20(3): 405–17.Find this resource:

Ackermann, A. (2003). ‘The Idea and Practice of Conflict Prevention’, Journal of Peace Research 40(3): 339–47.Find this resource:

Adams, Simon (2012). Libya and the Responsibility to Protect. Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, Occasional Paper Series No. 3. <http://www.globalr2p.org/media/files/libyaandr2poccasionalpaper-1.pdf>.Find this resource:

Adams, Simon (2014). ‘R2P: A Norm of the Past or Future?’ Comment for Open Canada, Reflections on R2P 20 years since Rwanda, 28 February. <http://opencanada.org/features/the-think-tank/comments/r2p-a-norm-of-the-past-or-future/#.UxC56rSUOvE.twitter>.

Adams, Simon (2015). ‘Libya and the Responsibility to Protect: Results and Prospects’, in Kyle McNally (ed.), Lessons from Intervention in the 21st Century: Legality, Feasibility and Legitimacy (Global Policy E-Books).Find this resource:

Adejo, Armstrong M. (2001). ‘From OAU to AU: New Wine in Old Bottles?’, African Journal of International Affairs 1(1&2): 119–41.Find this resource:

Adelman, Howard and Astri Suhrke (2004). ‘Rwanda’, in David M. Malone (ed.), The UN Security Council: From the Cold War to the 21st Century (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner), pp. 483–99.Find this resource:

(p. 1002) Adler-Nissen, Rebecca (2014). ‘Stigma Management in International Relations: Transgressive Identities, Norms, and Order in International Society’, International Organization 68(1): 143–76.Find this resource:

Adler-Nissen, Rebecca and Vincent Pouliot (2014). ‘Power in Practice: Negotiating the International Intervention in Libya’, European Journal of International Relations 20(4): 889–911.Find this resource:

Africa, Sandy and Rentia Pretorius (2012). ‘South Africa, the African Union and the Responsibility to Protect: The Case of Libya’, African Human Rights Journal 12(2): 394–416.Find this resource:

Ainley, Kirsten (2008). ‘Individual Agency and Responsibility for Atrocity’, in Renée Jeffery (ed.), Confronting Evil in International Relations (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 37–60.Find this resource:

Ainley, Kirsten (2011). ‘The International Criminal Court on Trial’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs 24(3): 309–33.Find this resource:

Ainley, Kirsten (2015). ‘The Responsibility to Protect and the International Criminal Court: Counteracting the Crisis’, International Affairs 91(1): 37–54.Find this resource:

Akehurst, Michael (1984). ‘Humanitarian Intervention’, in Hedley Bull (ed.), Intervention in World Politics (Oxford: Clarendon Press), pp. 95–112.Find this resource:

Akhavan, Payam (1993). ‘Punishing War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia: A Critical Juncture for the New World Order’, Human Rights Quarterly 15(2): 262–89.Find this resource:

Akhavan, Payam (2009). ‘Are International Criminal Tribunals a Disincentive to Peace? Reconciling Judicial Romanticism with Political Realism’, Human Rights Quarterly 31(3): 624–54.Find this resource:

Albright, Madeleine K. and William S. Cohen (co-chairs) (2008). Preventing Genocide: A Blueprint for U.S. Policymakers (Washington, DC: US Holocaust Memorial Museum, The American Academy of Diplomacy, and the Endowment of the US Institute of Peace).Find this resource:

Albright, Madeleine K. and Richard S. Williamson (2013). From Words to Action: The United States and R2P (Washington, DC: US Institute of Peace, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, and Brookings Institution).Find this resource:

Alexandra, Lina (2012). ‘Indonesia and the Responsibility to Protect’, The Pacific Review 25(1): 51–74.Find this resource:

Aljaghoub, Mahasen, Ibrahim Aljazy, and Maysa Bydoon (2013). ‘The Arab League’, in Gentian Zyberi (ed.), An Institutional Perspective on the Responsibility to Protect (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 289–311.Find this resource:

Almeida, Paulo W. (2014). ‘Brazilian View of Responsibility to Protect’, Global Responsibility to Protect 6(1): 26–63.Find this resource:

Ameline, Nicole (2013). ‘A Crescent of Crisis on Europe’s Doorstep: A New North/South Strategic Partnership for the Sahel’. Draft Report, 10 April (Brussels: North Atlantic Treaty Organization).Find this resource:

Amorim, Celso (2004). ‘O Brasil e os novos conceitos globais e hemisfério de segurança’, in José R. de Almeida Pinto, A. J. Ramalho da Rocha, and R. Doring Pinho da Silva (eds.), Reflexões sobre defesa e segurança: uma estratégia para o Brasil (Brasília: Ministério da Defesa), pp. 135–57.Find this resource:

Amorim, Celso (2007). A diplomacia multilateral do Brasil: um tributo a Rui Barbosa (Brasília: Fundação Alexandre de Gusmão).Find this resource:

Anderson, David and Emma Lochery (2008). ‘Violence and Exodus in Kenya’s Rift Valley, 2008: Predictable and Preventable’, Journal of East African Studies 2(2): 328–43.Find this resource:

(p. 1003) Aneja, Urvashi (2014). ‘India, R2P and Humanitarian Assistance: A Case of Norm Containment’, Global Responsibility to Protect 6(2): 227–45.Find this resource:

Aning, Kwesi and Samuel Atuobi (2009). ‘Responsibility to Protect in Africa: An Analysis of the African Union’s Peace and Security Architecture’, Global Responsibility to Protect 1(1): 90–113.Find this resource:

Aning, Kwesi and Samuel Atuobi (2011). ‘Application of and Responses to the Responsibility to Protect Norm at the Regional and Subregional Levels in Africa: Lessons for Implementation’, in The Role of Regional and Subregional Arrangements in Strengthening the Responsibility to Protect (New York: The Stanley Foundation), pp. 12–18.Find this resource:

Aning, Kwesi and Frank Okyere (2015). ‘Responsibility to Prevent in Africa: Leveraging Institutional Capacity to Mitigate Atrocity Risk’. Policy Analysis Brief, The Stanley Foundation.Find this resource:

Annan, Kofi (1999). Facing the Humanitarian Challenge: Towards a Culture of Prevention (New York: United Nations Department of Public Information).Find this resource:

Annan, Kofi (1999). ‘Two Concepts of Sovereignty’, address to the 54th Session of the General Assembly, in The Question of Intervention: Statements of the Secretary-General (New York: UN Department of Public Information).Find this resource:

Annan, Kofi (2000). We the Peoples: The Role of the United Nations in the 21st Century (New York: UN Department of Public Information).Find this resource:

Annan, Kofi (2002). Prevention of Armed Conflict: Report of the Secretary-General (New York: UN Department of Public Information).Find this resource:

Annan, Kofi (2002). ‘The Responsibility to Protect’, address to the International Peace Academy, UN Press Release SG/SM/8125, 15 February.Find this resource:

Annan, Kofi (2005). In Larger Freedom: Towards Security, Development and Human Rights for All. Report of the Secretary-General of the United Nations (New York: United Nations).Find this resource:

Annan, Kofi with Nader Mousavizadeh (2012). Interventions: A Life in War and Peace (New York: Penguin Press).Find this resource:

Anwar, Dewi Fortuna (2003). ‘Human Security: An Intractable Problem in Asia’, in Muthiah Alagappa (ed.), Asian Security Order: Instrumental and Normative Features (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press), pp. 536–67.Find this resource:

Apuuli, Kasaija P. (2012). ‘The African Union’s Notion of “African Solutions to African Problems” and the Crisis in Côte d’Ivoire (2010) and Libya (2011)’, African Journal of Conflict Resolution 12(1): 135–60.Find this resource:

Arbatov, Alexei G. (2000). ‘The Transformation of Russian Military Doctrine: Lessons Learned from Kosovo and Chechnya’. Washington, DC: The George C. Marshall Center Papers 2(20), July.Find this resource:

Arbour, Louise (2008). ‘The Responsibility to Protect as a Duty of Care in International Law and Practice’, Review of International Studies 34(3): 445–58Find this resource:

Ariyoruk, Ayca (2005). ‘Players and Proposals in the Security Council Debate’. <https://www.globalpolicy.org/security-council/security-council-reform/41204.html>.

Armijo, Leslie Elliott and Cynthia Roberts (2014). ‘The Emerging Powers and Global Governance: Why the BRICS Matter’, in Robert Looney (ed.), Handbook of Emerging Economies (New York: Routledge), pp. 503–24.Find this resource:

Ashley, Richard K. (1984). ‘The Poverty of Neorealism’, International Organization 38(2): 225–86.Find this resource:

Assal, Munzoul and IDF (2010). ‘The National Congress Party and the Darfurian Armed Groups’, in David R. Black and Paul D. Williams (eds.), The International Politics of Mass Atrocities: The Case of Darfur (London and New York: Routledge), pp. 27–48.Find this resource:

(p. 1004) Axworthy, Lloyd (2000). ‘The Hauser Lecture on International Humanitarian Law’, New York University School of Law, New York, 10 February.Find this resource:

Axworthy, Lloyd (2003). Navigating a New World: Canada’s Global Future (New York: Alfred A. Knopf).Find this resource:

Azzam, Fateh (2014). ‘Protecting Those We Like: Arab Civil Society Perspectives on Intervention and Protection’, in Saul Takahashi (ed.), Human Rights, Human Security, and State Security: The Intersection, vol. 1 (Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Security International), pp. 79–98.Find this resource:

Badescu, Cristina G. (2011). Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect: Security and Human Rights (New York: Routledge).Find this resource:

Badescu, Christina G. and Linnea Bergholm (2009). ‘The Responsibility to Protect and the Conflict in Darfur: The Big Let-Down’, Security Dialogue 40(3): 287–309.Find this resource:

Badescu, Cristina G. and Thomas G. Weiss (2010). ‘Misrepresenting R2P and Advancing Norms: An Alternative Spiral?’, International Studies Perspectives 11(4): 354–74.Find this resource:

Bagshaw, Simon and Diane Paul (2004). ‘Protect or Neglect: Towards a More Effective United Nations Approach to the Protection of Internally Displaced Persons’ (New York: Brookings-SAIS Project on Internal Displacement; UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs).Find this resource:

Baines, Erin and Emily Paddon (2011). ‘ “This is how we survived”: Civilian Agency and Humanitarian Protection’, Security Dialogue 43(3): 231–47.Find this resource:

Bajoria, Jayshree and Robert McMahon (2013). ‘The Dilemma of Humanitarian Intervention’. Council on Foreign Relations, 12 June. <http://www.cfr.org/humanitarian-intervention/dilemma-humanitarian-intervention/p16524>.Find this resource:

Baldo, Suliman and Peter Bouckaert (2002). War Crimes in Kisangani: The Response of Rwandan-Backed Rebels to the May 2002 Mutiny (New York: Human Rights Watch).Find this resource:

Ban Ki-moon (2008). ‘Secretary-General’s Message on the Opening of the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect’. Paper delivered by Vijay Nambiar, Chef de Cabinet to the Secretary-General, New York, 14 February. <http://www.un.org/sg/statements/?nid=3000>.Find this resource:

Ban Ki-moon (2011). ‘The Tide of History is with Us’. Statement delivered by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at Ministerial Roundtable on Responsibility to Protect, Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, New York, 23 September. <http://www.globalr2p.org/media/files/ministerial_meeting_gcr2p_press_statement.pdf>.

Banégas, Richard (2006). ‘Côte d’Ivoire: Patriotism, Ethnonationalism and other African Modes of Self-Writing’, African Affairs 105(421): 535–52.Find this resource:

Banégas, Richard (2011). ‘Post-Election Crisis in Côte d’Ivoire: The Gbonhi War’, African Affairs 110(440): 457–68.Find this resource:

Baranovsky, Vladimir (2000). ‘Russia: Reassessing National Interests’, in Albrecht Schnabel and Ramesh Thakur (eds.), Kosovo and the Challenge of Humanitarian Intervention: Selective Indignation, Collective Action, and International Citizenship (Tokyo: United Nations University Press), pp. 101–16.Find this resource:

Barber, Rebecca (2009). ‘The Responsibility to Protect the Survivors of Natural Disasters: Cyclone Nargis, a Case Study’, Journal of Conflict & Security Law 14(1): 3–34.Find this resource:

Barbour, Brian and Brian Gorlick (2008). ‘Embracing the “Responsibility to Protect”: A Repertoire of Measures Including Asylum for Potential Victims’, International Journal of Refugee Law 20(4): 533–66.Find this resource:

Barkin, J. Samuel and Bruce Cronin (1994). ‘The State and the Nation: Changing Norms and the Rules of Sovereignty in International Relations’, International Organization 48(1): 107–30.Find this resource:

(p. 1005) Barnett, Michael (1995). ‘Partners in Peace? The United Nations, Regional Organizations and Peacekeeping’, Review of International Studies 21(4): 411–33.Find this resource:

Barnett, Michael (2005). ‘Humanitarianism Transformed’, Perspectives on Politics 3(4): 723–40.Find this resource:

Barnett, Michael N. (2010). The International Humanitarian Order (New York and London:Routledge).Find this resource:

Barnett, Michael and Raymond Duvall (2005). ‘Power in International Politics’, International Organization 59(1): 39–75.Find this resource:

Barnett, Michael and Martha Finnemore (2004). Rules for the World: International Organizations in Global Politics (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press).Find this resource:

Barnett, Michael and Thomas G. Weiss (2008). ‘Humanitarianism: A Brief History of the Present’, in Michael Barnett and Thomas G. Weiss (eds.), Humanitarianism in Question: Politics, Power, Ethics (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press), pp. 1–48.Find this resource:

Bartelson, Jens (1995). A Genealogy of Sovereignty (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).Find this resource:

Bartelson, Jens (2014). Sovereignty as Symbolic Form (Abingdon: Routledge).Find this resource:

Bartrop, Paul (2002). ‘The Relationship Between War and Genocide in the Twentieth Century: A Consideration’, Journal of Genocide Research 4(4): 519–32.Find this resource:

Basombrío Iglesias, Carlos (2012). ‘Transitional Justice and Democratic Consolidation: The Peruvian Experience’, in Mónica Serrano and Vesselin Popovski (eds.), After Opression: Transitional Justice in Latin America and Eastern Europe (Tokyo: United Nations University Press), pp. 222–42.Find this resource:

Bass, Gary J. (2008). Freedom’s Battle: The Origins of Humanitarian Intervention (New York: Alfred A. Knopf).Find this resource:

Bassett, Thomas J. (2011). ‘Winning Coalition, Sore Loser: Côte d’Ivoire’s 2010 Presidential Elections’, African Affairs 110(440): 469–79.Find this resource:

Behringer, Ronald M. (2013). ‘The Dynamics of Middlepowermanship’, Journal of Diplomacy & International Relations 14(2): 9–22.Find this resource:

Beitz, Charles R. (1979). ‘Bounded Morality: Justice and the State in World Politics’, International Organization 33(3): 405–24.Find this resource:

Bell, Duncan (2007). ‘Humanitarian Intervention’, in Mark Bevir (ed.), Encyclopedia of Governance (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage).Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2005). ‘Responsibility to Protect or Trojan Horse? The Crisis in Darfur and Humanitarian Intervention after Iraq’, Ethics & International Affairs 19(2): 31–53.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2006). ‘Whither the Responsibility to Protect? Humanitarian Intervention and the 2005 World Summit’, Ethics & International Affairs 20(2): 143–69.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2008). ‘Conflict Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect’, Global Governance 14(2): 135–56.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2008). ‘The Responsibility to Protect and the Problem of Military Intervention’, International Affairs 84(4): 615–39.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2009). ‘Kosovo and the Advent of Sovereignty as Responsibility’, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 3(2): 163–84.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2009). ‘Realizing the Responsibility to Protect’, International Studies Perspectives 19(2): 111–28.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2009). Responsibility to Protect: The Global Effort to End Mass Atrocities (Cambridge: Polity Press).Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2010). ‘The Responsibility to Protect—Five Years On’, Ethics & International Affairs 24(2): 143–69.Find this resource:

(p. 1006) Bellamy, Alex J. (2011). Global Politics and the Responsibility to Protect: From Words to Deeds (Abingdon: Routledge).Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2011). ‘Libya and the Responsibility to Protect: The Exception and the Norm’, Ethics & International Affairs 25(3): 263–9.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2011). ‘Mass Atrocities and Armed Conflict: Links, Distinctions, and Implications for the Responsibility to Prevent’. Policy Analysis Brief, The Stanley Foundation.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2011). ‘The Responsibility to Protect and the Problem of Regime Change’. E-IR. <http://www.e-ir.info/2011/09/27/the-responsibility-to-protect-and-the-problem-of-regime-change/#_ftn4>.

Bellamy, Alex J. (2012). Massacres & Morality: Mass Atrocities in an Age of Civilian Immunity (Oxford: Oxford University Press).Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2012). ‘Remarks to the General Assembly Informal Interactive Dialogue on the Responsibility to Protect’. <http://www.globalr2p.org/publications/325>.

Bellamy, Alex J. (2013). ‘Mainstreaming the Responsibility to Protect in the United Nations System: Dilemmas, Challenges, and Opportunities’, Global Responsibility to Protect 5(2): 154–91.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2013). ‘Making RtoP a Living Reality: Reflections on the 2012 General Assembly Dialogue on Timely and Decisive Response’, Global Responsibility to Protect 5(1): 109–25.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2013). ‘The Responsibility to Protect: Towards a “Living Reality”’. A report written for the United Nations Association, United Kingdom. <http://www.r2pasiapacific.org/docs/In%20the%20Media/UNA-UK%20Alex%20J%20Bellamy%20R2P%20Briefing%20Report%20no.%201.pdf>.

Bellamy, Alex J. (2014). ‘A Death Foretold? Human Rights, Responsibility to Protect and the Persistent Politics of Power’, Cooperation and Conflict 50(2): 286–93.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2014). ‘From Tripoli to Damascus? Lesson Learning and the Implementation of the Responsibility to Protect’, International Politics 51(1): 23–44.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2014). ‘Opening the Door to Humanitarian Aid in Syria: Significance, Challenges, and Prospects’, IPI Global Observatory, 17 July (New York: International Peace Institute).Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2014). ‘The Other Asian Miracle? The Decline of Mass Atrocities in East Asia’, Global Change, Peace & Security 26(1): 1–19.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2014). Responsibility to Protect: A Defense (Oxford: Oxford University Press).Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2015). ‘A Chronic Protection Problem: The DPRK and the Responsibility to Protect’, International Affairs 91(2): 225–44.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2015). ‘The Responsibility to Protect and the Just War Tradition’, in Ramesh Thakur and William Maley (eds.), Theorising the Responsibility to Protect (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 181–99.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2015). ‘The Responsibility to Protect Turns Ten’, Ethics & International Affairs 29(2): 161–85.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. and Mark Beeson (2010). ‘Responsibility to Protect in Southeast Asia’, Asian Security 6(3): 262–79.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. and Sara E. Davies (2009). ‘The Responsibility to Protect in the Asia-Pacific Region’, Security Dialogue 40(6): 547–74.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J., Sara E. Davies, and Luke Glanville (eds.) (2011). The Responsibility to Protect and International Law (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff).Find this resource:

(p. 1007) Bellamy, Alex J. and Paul D. Williams (2009). ‘Protecting Civilians in Uncivil Wars’. Working Paper No. 1, Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. and Paul D. Williams (2011). ‘The New Politics of Protection? Côte d’Ivoire, Libya, and the Responsibility to Protect’, International Affairs 87(4): 825–50.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. and Paul D. Williams (2012). ‘Local Politics and International Partnerships: The UN Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI)’, Journal of International Peacekeeping 16(3–4): 252–81.Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J. and Paul D. Williams (2014). ‘Libya: Crossing the Rubicon on the Use of Force for Human Protection’, in David Malone and Sebastian Einseidel (eds.), The UN Security Council: From the Cold War to the 21st Century, 2nd edn. (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner).Find this resource:

Bellamy, Alex J., Paul D. Williams, and Stuart Griffin (2004). Understanding Peacekeeping (Cambridge: Polity Press).Find this resource:

Benner, Thorsten (2013). ‘Brazil as a Norm Entrepreneur: The “Responsibility while Protecting” Initiative’. Working Paper, Global Public Policy Institute, March.Find this resource:

Bennett, A., A. Dayal, D. Kanin, and L. Woocher (2012). ‘Strategies and Tools for Preventing Mass Atrocities: Insights from Historical Cases’. Report for the Political Instability Task Force.Find this resource:

Bensouda, Fatou (2012). ‘Address to the Stanley Foundation Conference on Responsibility to Protect’, New York. <http://www.r2p10.org>.

Bercovitch, Jacob and Richard Jackson (2012). Conflict Resolution in the Twenty-First Century: Principles, Methods and Approaches (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press).Find this resource:

Berger (2012). ‘German Ambassador at the Informal Interactive Dialogue on the Responsibility to Protect’. <http://www.globalr2p.org/media/files/germany-statement-2012.pdf>.

Berlie, Jean A. (2008). The Burmanization of Myanmar’s Muslims (Bangkok: White Lotus).Find this resource:

Berlin, Isaiah (1969). ‘Two Concepts of Liberty’, in Berlin, Four Essays on Liberty (Oxford: Oxford University Press).Find this resource:

Bermeo, Nancy (2003). Ordinary People in Extraordinary Times: The Citizenry and the Breakdown of Democracy (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press).Find this resource:

Bessler, Manuel, Richard Garfield, and Gerard McHugh (2007). Sanctions Assessment Handbook: Assessing the Humanitarian Implications of Sanctions (New York: OCHA).Find this resource:

Bettati, Mario (1987). Le Droit d’ingérence: mutation de l’ordre international (Paris: Odile Jacob).Find this resource:

Bettati, Mario and Bernard Kouchner (1987). Le Devoir d’ingérence: peut-on les laisser mourir? (Paris: Denoël).Find this resource:

Betts, Alexander and Phil Orchard (eds.) (2014). Implementation and World Politics: How International Norms Change Practice (Oxford: Oxford University Press).Find this resource:

Bhabha, Homi K. (1994). The Location of Culture (London and New York: Routledge).Find this resource:

Bidler, Richard B. (1991). ‘The United States and the World Court in the Post-“Cold War” Era’, Catholic University Law Review 40(2): article 3.Find this resource:

Bierksteker, Thomas J. and Cynthia Weber (eds.) (1996). State Sovereignty as Social Construct (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).Find this resource:

Blätter, Ariela and Paul D. Williams (2011). ‘The Responsibility Not To Veto’, Global Responsibility to Protect 3(3): 301–22.Find this resource:

Bloxham, Donald (2005). The Great Game of Genocide: Imperialism, Nationalism, and the Destruction of the Ottoman Empire (Oxford: Oxford University Press).Find this resource:

Blum, Gabriella (2014). ‘The Individualization of War: From War to Policing in the Regulation of Armed Conflicts’, in Austin Sarat, Lawrence Douglas, and Martha M. Umphrey (eds.), Law and War (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press), pp. 48–83.Find this resource:

(p. 1008) Bøås, Morten (2014). ‘Guns, Money and Prayers: AQIM’s Blueprint for Securing Control of Northern Mali’, CTC Sentinel 7: 1–6.Find this resource:

Bodin, Jean (1955). Six Books of the Commonwealth, trans. M. J. Tooley (Oxford: Basil Blackwell).Find this resource:

Boli, John, and George M. Thomas (eds.) (1999). Constructing World Culture: International Nongovernmental Organizations since 1875 (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press).Find this resource:

Bond, Jennifer and Laurel Sherret (2006). A Sight for Sore Eyes: Bringing Gender Vision to the Responsibility to Protect Framework. United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women. <http://iwrp.org/new/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/nv-bond.pdf>.Find this resource:

Bond, Jennifer and Laurel Sherret (2012). ‘Mapping Gender and the Responsibility to Protect: Seeking Intersections, Finding Parallels’, Global Responsibility to Protect 4(2): 133–53.Find this resource:

Booth, Ken and Tim Dunne (1999). ‘Learning Beyond Frontiers’, in Tim Dunne and Nicholas Wheeler (eds.), Human Rights in Global Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 303–28.Find this resource:

Booth-Walling, Carrie (2013). All Necessary Measures: The United Nations and Humanitarian Intervention (Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press).Find this resource:

Bosco, David L. (2009). Five to Rule them All: The UN Security Council and the Making of the Modern World (Oxford: Oxford University Press).Find this resource:

Bosco, David L. (2013). ‘France’s Plan to Fix the Veto’, Foreign Policy, 4 October. <http://bosco.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2013/10/04/frances_plan_to_fix_the_veto>.Find this resource:

Bosco, David L. (2014). Rough Justice: The International Criminal Court in a World of Power Politics (Oxford: Oxford University Press).Find this resource:

Boutros-Ghali, Boutros (1992). ‘Empowering the United Nations’, Foreign Affairs 71(5): 89–102.Find this resource:

Bowden, Mark (2006). ‘The Protection of Civilians’, in Bertrand G. Ramcharan (ed.), Human Rights Protection in the Field, special issue of International Studies in Human Rights 87.Find this resource:

Brahimi, Lakhdar (2000). The Report of the Panel on United Nations Peace Operations. August (New York: United Nations).Find this resource:

Branch, Daniel (2011). Kenya: Between Hope and Despair, 1963-2011 (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press).Find this resource:

Bratman, Michael (2014). Shared Agency: A Planning Theory of Acting Together (Oxford: Oxford University Press).Find this resource:

Breakey, Hugh, Angus Francis, Vesselin Popovski, Charles Sampford, Michael G. Smith, and Ramesh Thakur (2012). Enhancing Protection Capacity: Policy Guide to the Responsibility to Protect and the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict. Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law.Find this resource:

Breidlid, Ingrid Marie and Michael J. Arensen (2014). ‘Demystifying the White Army: Nuer Armed Civilians’ Involvement in the South Sudanese Crisis’, Conflict Trends 3: 32–9.Find this resource:

Bright, Arthur (2008). ‘Sri Lanka bombings move toward capital’, Christian Science Monitor, 6 June. <http://www.csmonitor.com/World/terrorism-security/2008/0606/p99s04-duts.html>.Find this resource:

Brockmeier, Sarah, Gerrit Kurtz, and Julian Junk (2014). ‘Emerging Norm and Rhetorical Tool: Europe and a Responsibility to Protect’, Conflict, Security & Development 14(4): 429–60.Find this resource:

Brodeur, Jean-Paul and Geneviève Ouellet (2004). ‘What is a Crime? A Secular Answer’, in Law Commission of Canada (ed.), What Is a Crime? Defining Criminal Conduct in Contemporary Society (Vancouver: UBC Press), pp. 1–33.Find this resource:

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