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Humanitarian intervention

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But if such alien intervention tends to get prolonged over a time period, then it will surely influence as well as challenge the political powers and freedom of the people, of that particular state or country. Indeed then it becomes a transgression of the international laws and will cause much harm to the society of that particular country. This view is very true and has been seen in the case of the Iraqi humanitarian intervention by the US.But when a clear comparison is made about all the above perspectives it is very clear that, in the name of humanitarian intervention mass crimes and atrocities are being committed on humanity, by the rich and powerful nations of the world. Mamdani believes that the whole concept of R2P has been misused by the powerful nations, to unleash terror on the poorer nations of the world. As a result he feels that the concept of R2P has to stand for Right to Punish and not for Responsibility to Protect. But Evans’ is totally defending this concept.It very clearly seen that Mamdani is giving a clear message about the concept of humanitarian intervention, which has become a very complex issue for the various countries of the world, to make a clear demarcation as to the cases where they need to intervene. But Walzer is very much certain that, only when the situation arises wherein there is a huge humanitarian crisis like genocide being committed on a population, that an external force or country should intervene to bring about peace and stability.Evans’ is very much certain that genocide has taken place in African countries like Rwanda, Uganda and Sudan and is asking the International humanitarian intervention in the affairs of these states. Hence the concept of Responsibility to Protect can very well be applied to these countries by the world powers to prevent and put down the mass atrocities taking place in these countries.As per the concept of Responsibility to Protect there were two agreed principles, one in which the state had the primary responsibility to protect its population against atrocities. The other, where in the case when the state is unable or is helpless in putting down a revolution or mass atrocities being committed on its population, then the international community can very well take the decision of intervening, using the concept of Responsibility to Protect. But has R2P been applied prudently by the International community is the question asked by
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