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n Without Prejudice - When to intervene to save lives : international law

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Abstract

There exists a moral duty or obligation to prevent harm being caused to individuals. It is natural for human beings (some) to want to avoid and in some circumstances even prevent a catastrophe like Rwanda. This concept was emphasised by Kofi Anan, previous Secretary General of the United Nations when he called for a need of 'intervention in cases of urgent humanitarian necessity.'

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2008-04-01
2016-12-06
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