The Up-to-Dateness of the Debate on Responsibility to Protect

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Paulina Zajadło-Węglarz

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The aim of the article is to review the contemporary debate on the concept of Respon-sibility to Protect. Numerous publications concerning R2P are the best illustration of the fact that it is a very topical subject. Analysing the doctrinal issues focusing on new challenges for contemporary international law the author focuse on a visible change in the international law paradigm, transformation of moral norm into legal one and the effective use of the instruments of R2P application.

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Zajadło-Węglarz, P. (2020). The Up-to-Dateness of the Debate on Responsibility to Protect. Przegląd Prawniczy Uniwersytetu Im. Adama Mickiewicza, 8. https://doi.org/10.14746/ppuam.2018.8.07
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