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R2P is Unable to Protect the Stateless; It Is Time for the United Nations Security Council to Step Up

Posted on September 22, 2020 By Dimitra Protopsalti and Timothy Lionarons Dimitra and Timothy are Master’s students at Leiden University in the Netherlands, currently enrolled in the two-year Advanced Master’s programme lnternational Relations and Diplomacy. This Master’s programme is taught in collaboration with the Clingendael lnstitute. @DProtopsalti  The United Nations (UN), established in 1945 to promote world peace,Continue reading “R2P is Unable to Protect the Stateless; It Is Time for the United Nations Security Council to Step Up”

COVID-19 and the Responsibility to Protect Rohingya Refugees

Posted on September 13, 2020 By Amber Smith and Tom Welch Amber is a PhD candidate at the University of Lincoln Law School and her thesis is on TWAIL, R2P and Regional Organisations. @amberamelismith Tom is a PhD candidate at the University of Lincoln Law School. His thesis focuses on the relationship between vulnerable and displaced populationsContinue reading “COVID-19 and the Responsibility to Protect Rohingya Refugees”

Book Review: Education of an Idealist by Samantha Power

Posted on August 3, 2020 Eleanor Smith Eleanor Smith is a postgraduate student, studying MA Global Governance and Diplomacy at the University of Leeds with a special interest in atrocity prevention. She previously graduated from the University of Hull with a BA in War and Security Studies. @eleanorfs_ Having heard Samantha Power discuss her experience in theContinue reading “Book Review: Education of an Idealist by Samantha Power”

What are we to do with the Romanian memory of the Holocaust?

Posted on July 19, 2020 Marius Ghincea Marius Ghincea is a Romanian Ph.D. Researcher at the European University Institute in Florence and a Senior Teaching Assistant at Johns Hopkins University, Bologna. He previously studied at the University of Bucharest, in Romania. Half a century ago, in his memoir of his Holocaust years in the Sighet ghetto and atContinue reading “What are we to do with the Romanian memory of the Holocaust?”

Disaggregating the “peace vs. justice” debate: breaking the silos and moving towards greater coherence

Posted on January 8, 2019 By Jacqueline J.Y. Cho Jacqueline Cho is currently interning with the African Union Partnership Team at the United Nations, and was an intern at the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights at the time of writing. She is also working as a research assistant for Dr Gyda Sindre and helpsContinue reading “Disaggregating the “peace vs. justice” debate: breaking the silos and moving towards greater coherence”

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