The perils and potential of humanitarian intervention are highly debated among political scientists, international lawyers, and civil society professionals. A panel of experts and scholars of international law and regional politics will explore how our understanding of humanitarian intervention becomes more complex as we consider its objectives and impact using both historical and contemporary examples, including Iraq, Libya, Kosovo, Syria, and Russia-Ukraine. Speakers: Sarah Leah Whitson, Executive Director of Democracy in the Arab World Now (DAWN) Fadel AbdulGhany, Chair, Syrian Network for Human Rights Ayça Çubukçu, Associate Professor and Co-Director, LSE Human Rights Asl? Ü. Bâli, Professor of Law, Yale Law School Moderator: Noha Aboueldahab, Assistant Professor, Georgetown University in Qatar and Co-Chair, Transitional Justice and Rule of Law Interest Group at the American Society of International Law
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