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pg. 16: a series of steps to strengthen particularly the non-military institutional capacity required for the effective prevention of mass atrocities under the United Nations Responsibility to Protect framework.

 

Readers' Guide Comment on “a series of steps to strengthen particularly the non-military institutional capacity required for the effective prevention of mass atrocities”

While GRI is arguing for effective global institutions, it presents a number of interesting proposals without any attention to their operational realities. Just how a non-military institutional capacity would have prevented a Rwanda, a Serbia, or a Congo is not made clear at all.

Related Ideas: Four Building Blocks; Options for military governance

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