SHARES blog: The Responsibility to Protect: Why Libya but not Syria? – Panel Discussion and Book Launch

SHARES blog series on shared responsibility in international law. Introduction: On the 8 March, the book “The Responsibility to Protect: From Principle to Practice” was launched at Spui25in the center of Amsterdam. The launch could not have been more timely in light

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SHARES blog: The Responsibility to Protect: Why Libya but not Syria? – Panel Discussion and Book Launch

SHARES blog series on shared responsibility in international law. Introduction: On the 8 March, the book “The Responsibility to Protect: From Principle to Practice” was launched at Spui25in the center of Amsterdam. The launch could not have been more timely in light

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SHARES blog: The Responsibility to Protect Temporarily Stranded in Syria

SHARES blog series on shared responsibility in international law. Introduction: On 14 October , High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay publicly stated that the ‘onus to take protective action’ for the benefit of the Syrian people now lies with the

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SHARES blog: The Responsibility to Protect Temporarily Stranded in Syria

SHARES blog series on shared responsibility in international law. Introduction: On 14 October , High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay publicly stated that the ‘onus to take protective action’ for the benefit of the Syrian people now lies with the

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Waar ben ik nu beland: Albanie in Anekdotes

“Het is geen Parijs, Praag of Rome, maar Nienke was nergens liever dan in Tirana, de hoofdstad van Albanië. Ze liep vijf maanden stage bij de Nederlandse ambassade.  Ze prikte door de vervallen gebouwen en vieze steegjes heen, en zag de

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Waar ben ik nu beland: Albanie in Anekdotes

“Het is geen Parijs, Praag of Rome, maar Nienke was nergens liever dan in Tirana, de hoofdstad van Albanië. Ze liep vijf maanden stage bij de Nederlandse ambassade.  Ze prikte door de vervallen gebouwen en vieze steegjes heen, en zag de

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