When is it appropriate to invoke the "right to protect" doctrine? Does the Libyan intervention prove or disprove the effectiveness and legitimacy of outside military intervention in the name of protecting civilians under attack from their own government? Should the R2P be applied to Syria today? What about invoking the R2P doctrine the next time Israel attacks the people of Gaza? CrossTalking with Philip Cunliffe, Steven Haines and Aidan Hehir on Feb. 29.
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