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Global Politics and the Responsibility to Protect
From Words to Deeds
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'Alex Bellamy, one of the most competent students and advocates of the `responsibility to protect' (often abbreviated as `R2P'), provides a very timely and useful account of the origins of this notion, of its evolution, and of its successes and failures between 2005 (when it was endorsed by the General Assembly of the United Nations) and 2010.' - Pierre Hasner, Survival, Vol. 53:5, Oct - Nov 2011 `Alex Bellamy here builds on his previous book on the subject (published 2008) which greeted the establishment of R2P as a key aspect of how the world would be (politically) managed in the new millennium. This new book, revealingly subtitled "From Words to Deeds" examines, after the first five years of formal establishment, what impact R2P has actually had. [...] Bellamy's book will find its way on to essential reading lists almost immediately.' - Christopher May, Lancaster University, Political Studies Review, Vol 10:3, Sept. 2012
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Alex J. Bellamy is Professor of International Security at the Griffith Asia Institute/Centre for Governance and Public Policy, Griffith University, Australia. From 2007-2010 he was Executive Director of the Asia-Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect.
Introduction 1. From Idea to Norm 2. Implementing RtoP at the UN 3. Humanitarian Crises since 2005 4. An Assessment after Five Years 5. Economic Development and Democratisation 6. Early Warning 7. Regional Arrangements (with Sara E. Davies) 8. The UN Security Council and the Use of Force Conclusion