Humanitära interventioners oberäkneliga konsekvenser för den mänskliga säkerheten

Detta är en L2-uppsats från Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

Sammanfattning: In March 2011 Libya was the first state to experience an UN-approved R2P intervention. The intervention led to the downfall of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, Libya’s autocratic leader since 1969. Despite the monumental meaning of the intervention, there has been little research done about how it affected the human security in Libya. This comparative study will examine the relationship between humanitarian interventions and human security. To reach a conclusion regarding this relationship, a comparison between the human security in Libya 2006-2010 and 2012-2016 is made. The comparison has its outset in the narrow and broad concept of human security where we analyse data respecting both one-sided physical violence and human development. This essay aims to reach a deeper understanding of how R2P and the intervention itself changed the conditions for the Libyan population. We conclude that the human security in Libya was worse after the intervention than before and therefore draw the conclusion that humanitarian interventions do not fulfill their purpose.

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