The Responsibility to Do What We Can: Understanding and strengthening local, nonviolent strategies for civilian self-protection in the context of mass atrocities

The Responsibility to Protect doctrine, instituted in 2005, exemplifies the dominant paradigm for action during mass atrocities: international intervention. While R2P places primary responsibility on states, the international community is nonetheless positioned as the final authority on issues of...

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Pushing Beyond the SHIM-1 Goal

 Satellite imagery has immense potential as a tool for humanitarian agencies.  The Sentinel Project could use up-to-date satellite images to pinpoint locations that are poised on the brink of genocide or where genocide is already making the movement of targeted peoples a security issue.The...

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