Humanitarian Intervention and the New Dimensions of the Concept of State Sovereignty

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The presented article is devoted to the analysis of the relation of humanitarian intervention to the concept of state sovereignty and non-interference of other states in its internal affairs. Ambiguity of this problem is generated by a combination of the conventional international legal principle of the sovereignty and inviolability of the supreme power of the state in its territory with growing belief that the world community cannot remain indifferent to death and mass violations of the human rights in this or that state.

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J Baranin

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

The Department of Comparative Politics


Copyright (c) 2014 Баранин Ж.

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