Vad har säkerhetsrådet haft för inverkan/konsekvenser på humanitära interventioner? - en jämförande analys av Rwanda, Kosovo & Syrien.

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

Sammanfattning: Crimes and violations are constantly committed against human rights all over the world. Whole populations are victims of genocide and ethnic cleansing, while the international society has a commitment and responsibility in their hands to intervene. But what happens when the international society and the United Nations Security Council are unwilling to come to a unanimously decision? This study has aimed to understand and analyze what kind of effect the UN security council has had on humanitarian interventions in three different humanitarian conflicts: Rwanda, Kosovo & Syria. The study is a comparative study, since it is examines three different humanitarian conflicts. A perspective of group decision foreign policy making has been applied to the UN Security Council to understand the composition of the council. “Human secuirity”, postcolonialism and realism are theories that have been applied and examine their point of views of humanitarian intervention and national security. The conclusion I have come to is that there has to be a clear position for the international society and the UN security council, for the council to work better together and to come to unanimously decisions. Unfortunately the security council has been paralyzed in all three conflicts, and therefore no humanitarian intervention has been made. A better cooperation among the member states will improve the decision making process when debating humanitarian interventions.

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