Intervention principles - disguised Western dominance?
Of: Maja Sundstrand
The principle of sovereignty is one of the simplest and most fundamental agreements in international relations: each state has the right to self-determination within its own territory. Therefore, no state has the right to intervene - that is, to intervene - in other states. However, there are several exception rules, established by the UN, which justify intervention on special occasions. These exceptions are often justified by someone […]
March 27, 2018, Chronicle