Publications

The project was started in November 2012 and will run for two and a half years. An international consortium of seven project partners from Brazil, China, Germany (Frankfurt and Berlin), Hungary, India and the United Kingdom, coordinated by the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin, brings together western and non-western researchers on the different case studies. We published our first special issue on major powers and R2P with Conflict, Security and Development in September 2014. In addition to other journal articles, opinion pieces and spin-off publications, we will publish a second set of case studies as a special issue in 2015.

9 October 2015

Making R2P Work

By Sarah Brockmeier, Philipp Rotmann
Project Syndicate

23 July 2015

With Courage and Coherence: The Human Rights up Front Initiative of the United Nations

By Gerrit Kurtz
Global Public Policy Institute

12 July 2015

Südsudan: Ein Waffenembargo wäre das Mindeste

By Gerrit Kurtz
ZEIT Online

12 July 2015

The Right Sanctions in South Sudan

By Gerrit Kurtz
ZEIT Online

29 June 2015

20 Years After Srebrenica: What the Responsibility to Protect Asks of Germany

By Philipp Rotmann, Sarah Brockmeier
Die Welt

7 April 2015

针对残暴犯罪 实施有效 负责任的保护: 走向全球行动

By Thorsten Benner, Sarah Brockmeier, Erna Burai, C.S.R. Murthy, Christopher Daase, J. Madhan Mohan, Julian Junk, Xymena Kurowska, Gerrit Kurtz, Liu Tiewa, Wolfgang Reinicke, Philipp Rotmann, Ricardo Soares de Oliveira, Matias Spektor, Oliver Stuenkel, Marcos Tourinho, Harry Verhoeven, Zhang Haibin

7 April 2015

Proteção Efetiva e Responsável contra Crimes de Atrocidade: A Caminho de uma Ação Global

By Thorsten Benner, Sarah Brockmeier, Erna Burai, C.S.R. Murthy, Christopher Daase, J. Madhan Mohan, Julian Junk, Xymena Kurowska, Gerrit Kurtz, Liu Tiewa, Wolfgang Reinicke, Philipp Rotmann, Ricardo Soares de Oliveira, Matias Spektor, Oliver Stuenkel, Marcos Tourinho, Harry Verhoeven, Zhang Haibin

7 April 2015

Effective and Responsible Protection From Atrocity Crimes: Toward Global Action

By Thorsten Benner, Sarah Brockmeier, Erna Burai, C.S.R. Murthy, Christopher Daase, J. Madhan Mohan, Julian Junk, Xymena Kurowska, Gerrit Kurtz, Liu Tiewa, Wolfgang Reinicke, Philipp Rotmann, Ricardo Soares de Oliveira, Matias Spektor, Oliver Stuenkel, Marcos Tourinho, Harry Verhoeven, Zhang Haibin

March 2015

The BRICS and the Future of Global Order

By Oliver Stuenkel

Lexington Press

4 February 2015

Verantwortung neu verstehen

By Sarah Brockmeier, Philipp Rotmann
Frankfurter Rundschau

September 2014

India-Brazil-South Africa Dialogue Forum (IBSA): Rise of the Global South

By Oliver Stuenkel
Routledge Global Institutions

September 2014

Major Powers and the Contested Evolution of a ‘Responsibility to Protect’

By Philipp Rotmann, Thorsten Benner, Wolfgang Reinicke (eds.)

Conflict, Security & Development 14 (4)

25 September 2014

Is Beijing's Non-Interference Policy History? How Africa is Changing China

By Harry Verhoeven

The Washington Quarterly 37 (2)

pp. 55-70

7 April 2014

Germany and the Rwandan Genocide

By Sarah Brockmeier

Heinrich Böll Stiftung

27 March 2014

Genocide Concerns Us All

By Sarah Brockmeier

DIE ZEIT

15 March 2014

The Normative War Around Crimea

By Thorsten Benner

Deutsche Welle

13 March 2014

The BRICS and the Future of R2P: Was Syria or Libya the Exception?

By Oliver Stuenkel

Global Responsibility to Protect 6 (1)

pp. 3-28

17 January 2013

Chinese Strategic Culture and the Use of Force: Moral and Political Perspectives

By Liu Tiewa

Journal of Contemporary China 23:(87)
pp. 556-574

10 January 2014

Germany's Responsibility in South Sudan

By Sarah Brockmeier

Atlantic Community

9 January 2014

Will Berlin Clear the Way for More Common Defense?

By Sarah Brockmeier

Survival: Global Politics and Strategy

9 January 2014

Deutsche Soldaten für Südsudan

By Sarah Brockmeier

Süddeutsche Zeitung

January 2014

Is China Like the Other Permanent Members? Governmental and Academic Debates about RtoP

By Liu Tiewa

In Rallying to the RtoP Cause? The International Politics of Human Rights
(eds.) Mónica Serrano and Thomas G. Weiss
Routledge
pp. 148-170

10 September 2013

Weder effektiv noch legitim – die Ziele eines Militärschlags in Syrien

By Gerrit Kurtz

sicherheitspolitik blog

29 november 2013

Germany and the Intervention in Libya

By Sarah Brockmeier

Survival: Global Politics and Strategy 55 (6)
pp. 63-90

July 2013

Schutz und Verantwortung: Über die US-Außenpolitik zur Verhinderung von Gräueltaten

By Sarah Brockmeier, Gerrit Kurtz, Philipp Rotmann

Studie für die Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung

April 2013

O Brasil como um Empreendedor Normativo: a Responsabilidade ao Proteger

By Thorsten Benner

Politica Externa, 21 (4)
pp. 35-46

2013

Die Schutzverantwortung wirkt: Kenias Wahlen als Erfolg der Prävention

By Sarah Brockmeier, Yvonne van Diepen

DGVN, Policy Paper 1/2013

2013

Die Legalisierung der Legitimität – Zur Kritik der Schutzverantwortung als emerging norm

By Christopher Daase

Die Friedens-Warte, 88 (1-2)

pp. 41-62

2013

Internationale Schutzverantwortung - Normative Erwartungen und politische Praxis

Special issue editors: Christopher Daase, Julian Junk

Die Friedens-Warte, 88 (1-2)

December 2012

Contemporary World Order and Approaches to UN Peacekeeping: A South Asian Perspective

By C.S.R. Murthy

Friedrich Ebert Foundation

November 2012

India's Approach to the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflicts

By C.S.R. Murthy

Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre

JUNE 2012

Brasilien als Normunternehmer. Die "Responsibility While Protecting"

By Thorsten Benner
Vereinte Nationen 6/2012
pp. 251-256

17 February 2012

China and Responsibility to Protect: Maintenance and Change of its Policy for Intervention

By Liu Tiewa

The Pacific Review 25(1)

pp. 153-173

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