01 Dec 2011

The Responsibility to Protect and Regime Change

Michael Emerson

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In his latest Commentary, Michael Emerson finds that nowhere is the competition over the primacy of norms in international relations sharper than that revealed by the UN’s response to the murderous repression by the Syrian authorities of their civilian population.

Michael Emerson is Senior Associate Research Fellow at CEPS.

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