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5. Дискуссионные вопросы международного и таможенного права
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Тип [RAR] – Научная статья
Коды [УДК] 341.1.01
К исследованию правовой природы “ответственности по защите”
"Responsibility to protect": analysis in legal terms
Юрий Анатольевич
Международная академия бизнеса и управления
Кандидат юридических наук, доцент кафедры международных отношений
Yurii Anatol'evich
International Academy of Business and Management
PhD (Law), associate professor of the department of international relations
В статье анализируются понятие и правовая природа «ответственности по защите» (ОПЗ). Исследуются касающиеся данной проблематики документы ООН. Особое внимание уделяется проблеме соблюдения основополагающих норм и принципов современного международного права, а также реализации данной концепции в условиях глобализации. Рассматриваются существующие в международном праве подходы к исследованию ОПЗ.
The article analyzes the concept and legal nature of the "responsibility to protect" (RtoP or R2P) doctrine on the basis of the UN documents relating to these issues. At the end of XX and the beginning of XXI century the due to the intensification of the processes of globalization and the resulting interdependence of states in the modern system of international relations, the emergence of new challenges and threats, and the splash of "color revolutions" and "turbulence" in the Middle East and North Africa, the issue of legality of outside coersive intervention in internal conflicts, i.e. the process of implementation of the concept of "responsibility to protect" in the international relations is becoming more relevant. It's necessary to search for practical mechanisms/ arrangements for its application. The basis of the concept of "responsibility to protect" is formed by the conflict between law and morality. On the one hand, RtoP, focusing on the priority of human rights and fundamental freedoms, justice and the value of human life, the other – the concept is at contradiction with the basic principles of modern international law, as state sovereignty, non-interference in internal affairs, as well as the non-use of force, which essentially сomes in conflict with the existing concept of the international security and the world order which has been established after the Second World War.
Introduction At the end of XX and...
Ключевые слова
Право на защиту
государственный суверенитет
международно-правовые аспекты применения силы
права человека
Right to protect
national sovereignty
international legal aspects of the use of force
human rights
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