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The UN Security Council’s Implementation of the Responsibility to Protect: A Review of Past Interventions and Recommendations for Improvement
Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect
6 September 2018

The Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (GCR2P) and Jared Genser published a policy brief on the factors that impact successful United Nations Security Council (UNSC) response to an atrocity situation. They found that freedom from government obstruction, regional cooperation, and rapid response capacity are essential to a successful intervention. In addition to providing and alaysis of country case studies, the document also provides recommendations for improving UNSC response in future situations including questions of political will, collaboratino and cooperation at the regional level, increasing rapid response capacity, and addressing the use of the veto and its restraint in mass atrocity situations.

To read the full brief, click here.
 

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