Tuesday, September 14, 2021

New Issue: Global Responsibility to Protect

The latest issue of Global Responsibility to Protect (Vol. 13, nos. 2-3, 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Myanmar and (the Failure of) Atrocity Prevention
    • Martin Mennecke & Ellen E. Stensrud, The Failure of the International Community to Apply R2P and Atrocity Prevention in Myanmar
    • Noel M. Morada, ASEAN and the Rakhine Crisis: Balancing Non-interference, Accountability, and Strategic Interests in Responding to Atrocities in Myanmar
    • Claire Q. Smith & Susannah G. Williams, Why Indonesia Adopted ‘Quiet Diplomacy’ over R2P in the Rohingya Crisis: The Roles of Islamic Humanitarianism, Civil–Military Relations, and asean
    • Cecilia Jacob, Navigating between Pragmatism and Principle: Australia’s Foreign Policy Response to the 2017 Rohingya Crisis
    • Ellen E. Stensrud, The Rohingya Crisis, the Democratisation Discourse, and the Absence of an Atrocity Prevention Lens
    • Kate Ferguson, For the Wind Is in the Palm-Trees: The 2017 Rohingya Crisis and an Emergent UK Approach to Atrocity Prevention
    • Camilla Buzzi, Mass Atrocities in Myanmar and the Responsibility to Protect in a Digital Age
    • Sebastiaan Verelst, Accountability in Myanmar: A Transformative Stepping-Stone?
    • Martin Mennecke, The International Court of Justice and the Responsibility to Protect: Learning from the Case of The Gambia v. Myanmar
    • Morten B. Pedersen, The Rohingya Crisis, Myanmar, and R2P ‘Black Holes’
    • Nickey Diamond, The Failure to Protect in Myanmar: A Reflection on National Protection of Rohingya against Mass Atrocity Crimes and Prospects for the Responsibility to Protect
    • Ivan Šimonović, Why ‘Never Again’ and R2P Did Not Work in Myanmar