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military intervention

The deliberate act of a nation or a group of nations to introduce its military forces into the course of an existing controversy.
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The R2P (Responsibility to Protect) was also a concept in line with driving this US sponsored international system that the UN General Assembly voted for and determined that a state that indulges in human rights violations and subjects its people to unjust practices and tyranny the world will rise against such a state, thus endorsing military intervention as a rightful means to violate the sovereignty of any such state.
corruption, a military intervention, political instability, a low literacy ratio, ethnicity and a bad law and order situation, are signs of decay.
He called on the whole world "to join forces to repudiate energetically any war, any military intervention that does not seek to guarantee human rights, that is not in defense of democracy, and only seeks natural resources.
The text also declared the 193-member body's firm opposition to acts of foreign military intervention, aggression and occupation, since these have resulted in the suppression of the right of peoples to self-determination and other human rights in certain parts of the world.
Military intervention in war-ravaged Libya will only worsen an already dismal humanitarian crisis, the United Nations envoy to the North African state said Wednesday.
TUNIS, (TAP) - Minister of Foreign Affairs Khemaies Jhinaoui, on Tuesday, reiterated Tunisia's opposition to any foreign military intervention in Libya and called on Libya's neighbouring countries to back the new Libyan government announced Sunday.
Western military intervention will not defeat Isis but it will make them stronger.
Summary: Metropolitan Greek Orthodox Archbishop Elias Audi distanced the Lebanese Orthodox Church from its Russian counterpart Sunday, after the latter described Moscow's military intervention in Syria as a "holy war.
military exercises here, and they consider federally ordered domestic military intervention likely under certain circumstances, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.
Early yesterday, a ceasefire took effect across Yemen, with the 10-nation international coalition of Arab nations halting its weeks-long military intervention.
Security plan in Dahyeh tomorrow Al-Joumhouriya: Disruption threatens government after parliament Hariri to Moscow after Washington The Dailystar: Asiri seeks to defuse tension with Hezbollah Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Awad Asiri sought Sunday to defuse tension with Hezbollah over the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen, voicing hope that the kingdomA's relations with all Lebanese parties would be calm in the coming stage.
Assuming that one of the warring parties, particularly the government, rejects the IGAD proposed peace agreement, will military intervention be justifiable?

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