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    This book offers a critical appraisal of the international legal idea of the 'Responsibility to Protect'. The idea that the international community has a responsibility to protect populations at risk has become the prominent mode and structure of address in response to mass human atrocities, gross human rights violations and large-scale loss of life. Although the 'international community' of liberal international law and of legal cosmopolitanism for the most part projects a self-assured collecti…Read more