Algerian Landing by Pierre Bourdieu

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This page intentionally left blank 15 2. INTERVENTION Meaning of Intervention 16 The Concept of Humanitarian Intervention 16 Military Intervention and the UN Charter 17 Nonmilitary Interventions 20 Contemporary Debate 23 Intervention means various forms of nonconsensual action that are often thought to directly challenge the principle of state sovereignty. With the exception of the subsequent examination of prevention, the remainder of this volume focuses on various aspects and instances of intervention.

11. 27 Ramesh Thakur, "Global Norms and International Humanitarian Law: An Asian Perspective," International Review of the Red Cross 83, no. 841 (March 2001), p. 35. This page intentionally left blank 15 2. INTERVENTION Meaning of Intervention 16 The Concept of Humanitarian Intervention 16 Military Intervention and the UN Charter 17 Nonmilitary Interventions 20 Contemporary Debate 23 Intervention means various forms of nonconsensual action that are often thought to directly challenge the principle of state sovereignty.

G Is the priority during an intervention to provide the greatest protection possible to populations at risk, or is it to minimize casualties among the intervening armies, to ensure that fragile domestic support for interventions is maintained? Q Does the long-term legitimacy of an intervention require the early withdrawal of forces to demonstrate a lack of ulterior motives, or does legitimacy in some cases require the establishment of protectorates even where these may facilitate secessionism? NOTES 1 Kofi Annan, "Peace Operations and the United Nations: Preparing for the Next Century," unpublished paper, February 1996, pp.

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