Planning Humanitarian Intervention - Summer School. Problems, Prospects, Pitfalls.
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From Afghanistan to Libya, Humanitarian Intervention (be it based on civilian or military means) has become one of the main conceptual and political preoccu-pations of the international community. In the traditional Westphalian interna-tional state system, intervention was a function of political expediency; in the society of states moulded by the United Nations, intervention was a function of Great Power interest aggregation in the Security Council; in the developing global community of supranational, international, regional, and local state and civil society actors intervention is often seen as a function of the Respon-sibility to Protect (R2P) principle.
Changes in the definition of intervention not only open questions regarding the legitimacy, normatively justifyable aims and agenda, and necessary and successful means of such a policy, but equally importantly formulate questions referring to the status, content, and direction of Civil-Military Cooperation, and to the individual sequence of steps necessary to plan for, implement, and justify interventions under concrete circumstances.
Monday, June 27 implementation problems of humanitarian intervention in the context of a role game exercise, combining official civilian, NGO, and military actors to be held in September.
Interventions thrown into cold water – Afghanistan as an example
Tuesday, June 28
Interventions – the context, place, function, and political analysis from the point of view of Inter- national, decision-making, and organisational theory
Wednesday, June 29
Disaster Relief Operations – Planning Processes and Implementation Problems
Thursday, June 30
Civil – Military Cooperation: what is it, what can it provide, where do we go from here ?
Friday, July 1, 10.00 – 12.00 round-up, assessment & manoeuvre critique
„Exit from Afghanistan - the earlier the better?“
„To secure final success of Afghani state buil- ding: an intensification of the international commitments ?"