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Responsibility to Protect Student Journal - Call for Applications: Editor-in-Chief of the R2P Student Journal The Responsibility to Protect (R2P) Student Journal was established in October 2015 by two university students. The aim of the Journal is to encourage student engagement with the norm of the […]

  • http://r2pstudentjournal.leeds.ac.uk/about/ About the Journal » Responsibility to Protect Student Journal - The Responsibility to Protect Student Journal is a global, student-led, free online journal, which was founded in 2015 by a group of students from the University of Leeds and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. The journal aims […]
  • http://r2pstudentjournal.leeds.ac.uk/issues/n2vol1/the-responsibility-to-protect-four-challenges-on-the-road-ahead/ The Responsibility to Protect: Four Challenges on the Road Ahead » Responsibility to Protect Student Journal - Dr. Adrian Gallagher, University of Leeds, Convenor BISA Working Group on Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect I would like to say congratulations to the R2P Student Coalition here at the University of Leeds. Three years ago, Professor Jason Ralph and I designed […]
  • http://r2pstudentjournal.leeds.ac.uk/issues/n2vol1/the-international-criminal-court-a-shackled-elephant-in-the-court-room/ The International Criminal Court: A Shackled Elephant in the Court Room? » Responsibility to Protect Student Journal - Enyeribe Oguh, University of York, United Kingdom Enyeribe is a postgraduate law student at the York Law School. He graduated magna cum laude in law (LLB) from the University of Leeds in 2015. He is interested in international criminal justice and he is […]
  • http://r2pstudentjournal.leeds.ac.uk/issues/n2vol1/the-responsibility-to-protect-and-the-responsibility-to-prosecute/ The Responsibility to Protect and the Responsibility to Prosecute » Responsibility to Protect Student Journal - Georgiana Epure, University of Cambridge, UK Georgiana is an editor of the R2P Student Journal. She holds a BA in International Relations from the University of Leeds. As an Undergraduate Research and Leadership Scholar, she worked with the Intervention and […]
  • http://r2pstudentjournal.leeds.ac.uk/issues/n2vol1/a-norm-in-formation-an-analysis-of-brazil-and-chinas-normative-engagement-with-the-responsibility-to-protect/ A Norm-in-Formation? An Analysis of Brazil and China’s Normative Engagement with the Responsibility to Protect » Responsibility to Protect Student Journal - Joseph Jegat, University of Leeds, United Kingdom Joseph graduated from the University of Leeds in 2016. The question of whether the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) is an established norm in international relations has been the subject of much academic debate […]
  • http://r2pstudentjournal.leeds.ac.uk/issues/n2vol1/the-responsibility-to-protect-in-the-libyan-intervention-ultimate-success-or-international-failure/ The Responsibility to Protect in the Libyan Intervention: Ultimate Success or International Failure? » Responsibility to Protect Student Journal - Caitlyn Duke, The University of Queensland, Australia Caitlyn is a third year BA/LLB student at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, majoring in Peace and Conflict Studies. She works as a Paralegal in the Projects team at King&Wood Mallesons. The 2011 intervention in […]
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