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" We are clearly witnessing what is probably an irresistible shift in public attitudes toward the belief that the defense of the oppressed in the name of morality should prevail over frontiers and legal documents. "
Fool's Errands: America's Recent Encounters with Nation Building - Page 10
by Gary Dempsey, Roger W. Fontaine - 2001 - 224 pages
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Collective Security in a Changing World

Thomas G. Weiss - Political Science - 1993 - 231 pages
...attractIveness. 23 In fact, the outgoing Secretary-General, Javier Perez de CuCllar, went so far as to posit “an irresistible shift in public attitudes toward...should prevail over frontiers and legal documents.” 24 Moreover, US attention to the UN, which has been gradually increasing in the last five years, is...
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Marching to Zog

Gyeorgos C. Hatonn - 1993 - 209 pages
...(read the UN has the right to intervene. Boutros-Ghali's predecessor, Javier Perez de Cuellar, argued “that the defense of the oppressed in the name of...should prevail over frontiers and legal documents.” Those who grant sovereignty some merit but support intervention on humanitarian grounds argue that...
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Protecting the Dispossessed: A Challenge for the International Community

Francis Mading Deng - Political Science - 175 pages
...easy choice. Former Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar highlighted the dilemmas when he said in 1991: "We are clearly witnessing what is probably an irresistible shift in public attitudes towards the belief that the defense of the oppressed in the name of morality should prevail over frontiers...
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The Laws of War: Constraints on Warfare in the Western World

Michael Howard, George J. Andreopoulos, Mark R. Shulman - History - 1997 - 312 pages
...witnessing what is probably an irresistible shift in public attitudes towards the belief that the defence of the oppressed in the name of morality should prevail over frontiers and legal documents.” 3 And in a recent book on famine relief in Sudan, the authors noted that “by overriding Iraqi sovereignty...
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The New Agenda for Global Security: Cooperating for Peace and Beyond

Stephanie Lawson - Law - 1995 - 217 pages
...prerogatives of state sovereignty were in need of reassessment given ‘the shift in public attitudes towards the belief that the defense of the oppressed in the...should prevail over frontiers and legal documents'.¿ In his recent analysis of liberal internationalism, Goldmann distinguishes between ‘official', ‘organised',...
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African Yearbook of International Law / Annuaire Africain de Droit ...

Abdulqawi Yusuf - Law - 1995 - 307 pages
...1991 that “the right to intervene has been given renewed relevance by recent political events ... We are clearly witnessing what is probably an irresistible shift in public attitudes towards the belief that the defence of the oppressed in the name of morality should prevail over frontiers...
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Sovereignty as Responsibility: Conflict Management in Africa

Francis Mading Deng - Political Science - 265 pages
...responsibility. Former UN Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar highlighted the tension when he said in 1991: “We are clearly witnessing what is probably an irresistible shift in public attitudes towards the belief that the defense of the oppressed in the name of morality should prevail over frontiers...
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Sovereignty as Responsibility: Conflict Management in Africa

Francis Mading Deng - Political Science - 265 pages
...responsibility. Former UN Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar highlighted the tension when he said in 1991: “We are clearly witnessing what is probably an irresistible shift in public attitudes towards the belief that the defense of the oppressed in the name of morality should prevail over frontiers...
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Between Principle and Practice: Human Rights in North-south Relations

David Gillies - Political Science - 1996 - 339 pages
...political conditionality. In one of his last speeches as UN secretary general, Pérez-de Cuéllar stated, "We are clearly witnessing what is probably an irresistible shift in public attitudes towards the belief that the defence of the oppressed in the name of morality should prevail over frontiers...
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Critical Security Studies: Concepts and Cases

Keith Krause - 2005 - 379 pages
...as illustrated by former United Nations Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar's assertion that "we are clearly witnessing what is probably an irresistible shift in public attitudes towards the belief that the defense of the oppressed in the name of morality should prevail over frontiers...
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