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Title: The Shift in the NATO's mission : reasons and intersets
Other Titles: case study : Libya (2011)
Authors: Merabat, Soumia
Dalichaouech, Abderrahmane
Keywords: Humanitarian Intervention
Right to protect
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: university of Oum- El- Bouaghi
Abstract: NATO is a military organization which was formed to defend America's security along with its Allies during the Cold War. The removal of the threat which the NATO was created to fight against, namely the Soviet Union pushed the organization members to deviate from its original mission to a new one. This deviation aimed to give an excuse for the organization to survive and to keep it unified. NATO's Post Cold War mission included different tasks; the most important was conducting peacekeeping operations and protecting human rights. The new operation was based on the Responsibility to Protect doctrine and authorized by the United Nation Security Council. Libya is one of many countries that witnessed NATO intervention for protecting civilians and maintaining peace. Ironically the mission shifted from the authorized operation to bombing civilians and changing regime which confirmed that there were implicit motivations for the new operations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3721
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