In this issue:
CFR experts on Libya
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The United States and its coalition partners’ decision to enforce a no-fly zone in Libya seemed to be a vindication of the fragile “responsibility to protect” norm, writes Stewart Patrick on ForeignAffairs.com. But just how strengthened "RtoP" will be depends on how well the intervention turns out. Read more
Analysis Brief: Libya and the Responsibility to Protect
Foreign Affairs: "What Intervention Looks Like - How the West Can Aid the Libyan Rebels" by Robert Hunter
Backgrounder: The dilemma of humanitarian intervention
Interactive: Global Governance Monitor - Armed Conflict
CFR experts on Humanitarian Intervention
Japan's resilience and strength, along with international assistance, will energize Japan’s rebuilding effort, says Sheila Smith. She shares stories from people on the ground on the Asia Program's blog, "Asia Unbound." Read more
Interview: "Disaster Relief in a Dangerous World" with Seth Cropsey, Hudson Institute
Foreign Affairs: "Japan's Rebound - How Unconventional Thinking May Help Japan Recover From Disaster" by Christian Caryl
CFR experts on Japan
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