Be it resolved, if countries like Sudan, Somalia, and Burma will not end their man-made humanitarian crisis, the international community should...
December 1, 2008
In a world of failed and failing states, does the international community and Canada have a responsibility to intervene, including militarily, in the affairs of nations that grossly fail to protect their citizens' human rights? Or, have we learned in recent years that the use of force against sovereign states necessarily creates more problems that it solves?
The second Munk Debate explored the merits and pitfall of humanitarian interventions by debating the resolution: If countries like Sudan, Somalia and Burma will not end their man-made humanitarian crises, the international community should.