The Responsibility to Protect: A Panel Discussion

Did the West lose the moral high ground because it turned missions to protect people—into coercive regime changes? Or, once we invade a country do we owe it the promotion of at least a stable state, if not a liberal democracy? What should be done about the current ethnic cleansing in Myanmar? Is the UN the only international body that can authorize a legitimate intervention? These and related issues will be explored by our esteemed panel of specialists. 

Moderator:

Joanna Spear, Director, FAO Regional Sustainment Initiative & Associate Professor, GWU

Panelists:

Shannon Green, Director and Senior Fellow, Human Rights Initiative, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Thomas G. Weiss, Presidential Professor, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Amitai Etzioni, University Professor and Professor of International Affairs, GWU

 

*This event is free and open to the public and the media, but registration is required!*

Sponsored By:

This event is co-sponsored by The Institute for Communtiarian Policy Studies and The Institute for Security and Conflict Studies.