Wednesday, March 28, 2018

New Issue: Global Responsibility to Protect

The latest issue of Global Responsibility to Protect (Vol. 10, nos. 1-2, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Children and R2P
    • Luke Glanville, Children and R2P: An Introduction
    • Jeremy Shusterman & Michelle Godwin, ‘Children Heard, Half-Heard?’: A Practitioner’s Look for Children in the Responsibility to Protect and Normative Agendas on Protection in Armed Conflict
    • Katrina Lee-Koo, ‘The Intolerable Impact of Armed Conflict on Children’: The United Nations Security Council and the Protection of Children in Armed Conflict
    • Cecilia Jacob, R2P and the Prevention of Mass Atrocities: A Child-Centric Approach
    • Jochen Prantl & Ryoko Nakano, The Politics of Norm Glocalisation: Limits in Applying r2p to Protecting Children
    • Jana Tabak & Letícia Carvalho, Responsibility to Protect the Future: Children on the Move and the Politics of Becoming
    • Erin Goheen Glanville, R2P and the Novel: The Trope of the Abandoned Refugee Child in Stella Leventoyannis Harvey’s The Brink of Freedom
    • J. Marshall Beier, Ultimate Tests: Children, Rights, and the Politics of Protection
    • Timea Spitka, Children on the Front Lines: Responsibility to Protect in the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict
    • Myriam Denov & Atim Angela Lakor, Post-War Stigma, Violence and ‘Kony Children’: The Responsibility to Protect Children Born in Lord’s Resistance Army Captivity in Northern Uganda
    • Dustin Johnson; Shelly Whitman & Hannah Sparwasser Soroka, Prevent to Protect: Early Warning, Child Soldiers, and the Case of Syria
    • Bina D’Costa, Of Responsibilities, Protection, and Rights: Children’s Lives in Conflict Zones