Analyzing Humanitarian Intervention from an African Point of View

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The article analyzes the concept of humanitarian intervention from the African perspectives, owing to the none existed of agreed definition or codification of this concept in international law, it has continued to generate considerable interest among scholars and public servants. With a large share of global conflicts, Africa finds itself at the centre of this controversy surrounding the concept of humanitarian intervention. The author tries to present and analyze the reasons behind Africa's tendency to exhibit extreme skepticism to any notion of intervention of external forces in the continent even when beautifully dressed with the word humanitarian.

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- Okoh ThankGod Emeka

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Email: dimeks1@yandex.ru
Кафедра теории и истории международных отношений; Российский университет дружбы народов; Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

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