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Blood and Borders: The Responsibility to Protect and the Problem of the Kin

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In particular, are they owed any protective responsibility by their kin-state? As shown by the Russia—Georgia confl ict over South Ossetia, unilateral intervention by a kin-state can lead to confl ict within and between states. Ramesh Thakur is professor of international relations in the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy, Australian National University. Map lines delineating statehood can become blurred by bloodlines of nationhood. How can cross-border kinship ties strengthen greater pan-national identity without challenging territorially defined national security? How can cross-border kinship ties strengthen greater pannational identity across borders without challenging territorially defined national security? Table of contents: Introduction, Walter Kemp Part I: Problems and perspectives The responsibility to protect: A forward looking agenda, Ramesh Thakur Minority protection, bilateral mechanisms and responsibility to protect, Elizabeth Defeis Where are the borders? When minority groups in one country are targeted for killings or ethnic cleansing based on their group identity, whose responsibility is it to protect them? Ramesh Thakur is Professor of Political Science at the University of Waterloo, Canada. Interethnic conflict and genocide have demonstrated the dangers of failing to protect people targeted by fellow citizens. Map lines delineating statehood can become blurred by bloodlines of nationhood. In particular, a Map lines delineating statehood can become blurred by bloodlines of nationhood.

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The world cannot stand by when minority rights are being trampled, but the protection of national minorities should not be used as an excuse to violate state sovereignty and generate interstate conflict. This timely book examines that problem from a new angle - that of the international 'responsibility to protect' populations threatened by mass atrocities - and suggests ways of ensuring that action by one state claiming kinship with a threatened minority in another state can help resolve such conflicts rather than make them worse. Interethnic conflict and genocide have demonstrated the dangers of failing to protect people targeted by fellow citizens. The world cannot stand by when minority rights are being trampled, but the protection of national minorities should not be used as an excuse to violate state sovereignty and generate inter-state confl ict. How can cross-border kinship ties strengthen greater pan-national identity without challenging territorially defined national security? In particular, are they owed any protective responsibility by their kin-state? How can cross-border kinship ties strengthen greater pan-national identity across borders without challenging territorially defi ned national security? When minority groups in one country are targeted for killings or ethnic cleansing based on their group identity, whose responsibility is it to protect them? As shown by the Russia—Georgia conflict over South Ossetia, unilateral intervention by a kin-state can lead to conflict within and between states. As shown by the Russia—Georgia conflict over South Ossetia, unilateral intervention by a kin-state can lead to conflict within and between states. In particular, are they owed any protective responsibility by their kin-state? National identity and national security, Walter Kemp The borders of sovereignty: Whose responsibility to protect national minorities? What happens when the minority is persecuted? Walter Kemp is director for Europe and Central Asia at the International Peace Institute.

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Blood and borders :the responsibility to protect and the problem of the kin

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The protection of national minorities should not be used as an excuse to violate state sovereignty and generate interstate conflict. As a result, map lines delineating statehood can become blurred by bloodlines of nationhood. In a roundtable discussion, participants underlined the need for the protection of persons belonging to national minorities and the need for good relations between people sharing the same ethnicity, but highlighted how this can sometimes complicate intrastate and bilateral relations if handled improperly. Or is this a recipe for creating bilateral tensions, even conflict? Nations and states seldom overlap. The world cannot stand by when minority rights are being trampled, but the protection of national minorities should not be used as an excuse to violate state sovereignty and generate interstate conflict. When minority groups in one country are targeted for killings or ethnic cleansing based on their group identity, whose responsibility is it to protect them? Map lines delineating statehood can become blurred by bloodlines of nationhood. Ramesh Thakur is Professor of International Relations in the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy, Australian National University.

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Blood and Borders : United Nations University : 9789280811964

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When minority groups in one country are targeted for killings or ethnic cleansing based on their group identity, whose responsibility is it to protect them? Vesselin Popovski is senior academic program officer and head of the Peace and Security section at the Institute for Sustainability and Peace at the United Nations University. Interethnic conflict and genocide have demonstrated the dangers of failing to protect people targeted by fellow citizens. As shown by the Russia-Georgia conflict over South Ossetia, unilateral intervention by a kin-state can lead to conflict within and between states. When minority groups in one country are targeted for killings or ethnic cleansing based on their group identity, whose responsibility is it to protect them? Interethnic conflict and genocide have demonstrated the dangers of failing to protect people targeted by fellow citizens. About the International Peace Institute The International Peace Institute is an independent, international not-for-profit think tank with a staff representing more than 20 nationalities, located in New York across from United Nations headquarters. .

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In particular, are they owed any protective responsibility by their kin-state? Whose responsibility is it to protect the minority community? Inter-ethnic conflict and genocide have demonstrated the dangers of failing to protect people targeted by fellow citizens. The Global Observatory provides timely analysis on trends and issues related to global security. . . . .

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