Eric Pourcel: “The legal principle of humanitarian intervention does not exist …”

02/26/2015. In this article (in french)  well documented, the author explores the concept of “humanitarian intervention”.

Over a claim rather than a principle, “humanitarian intervention” faces “fundamental legal principles that constitute the architecture of public international law. ”

Read the article (in french) on Diploweb website


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