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moslemimehni Y, Ilkhanipour A, Hadipour M, nejatpour M. Rereading the military intervention of NATO in Libya. AAR 2023; 1 (1) :265-287
URL: http://aar.modares.ac.ir/article-13-70238-en.html
1- uni bahonar kerman
2- uni tarbiat modares
3- alamehtabatabaie uni , majidnejatpoor616@gmail.com
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The theory of the responsibility to protect was approved in 2005 in the output document of the United Nations Summit (A/RES/60/1) and in 2011, it was included in the Security Council Resolution 1973 regarding military intervention in Libya. The theory of the responsibility to protect implies the commitment of the international community to end the worst forms of violence and crime in humanitarian crises and internal armed conflicts. This article by using the qualitative method and document-library sources, books, articles and reports and internet notes, dealing with NATO's military intervention in Libya in 2011, which led to airstrikes, the creation of a no-fly zone, and ultimately the change of Muammar Gaddafi's regime,  criticizes its application in Libya.The findings of the article show that although the theory tries to fill the gap between the former obligations of UN member states under international humanitarian law and human rights with this reality that the human population facing the threat of genocide, crimes against humanity, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity must be supported, France, the United States and NATO have exploited the 1973 resolution for their political-military goals and have caused the stoppage of the development of the theory and the skepticism of the international community towards the goals and intentions of the world powers in the application of the theory and as a result of the design of the new approach of responsibility during support.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Arts and Humanities (General)
Received: 2023/07/3 | Accepted: 2024/01/10 | Published: 2023/03/30

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