Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect: by Birsen Erdogan
By Birsen Erdogan
This ebook bargains a discursive research of the Turkish international coverage on Humanitarian Interventions (HI) and the doctrine of the accountability to guard (R2P). around the chapters the writer addresses vital questions, comparable to: what's the place of the hello and R2P within the Turkish international coverage discourse? Is there any version among circumstances by way of using those options? How do those discourses shape/change/transform or maintain the Turkish identification? regardless of the tendency in a few nations to include hello and R2P ideas into their overseas coverage (UK, Netherlands, Canada, Japan), and the truth that a few nations are lobbying to make those ideas part of foreign or UN legislation, within the constructing global those regulations and ideas haven't won frequent acceptance or approval. nations like China, Brazil and India method those suggestions with suspicion or with reservation. an analogous tendency could be saw within the MENA zone and in a few components of Africa and Asia. during this ebook, the writer appears to be like on the purposes in the back of those adjustments in technique and explores how the concept that of identification impacts Turkish overseas coverage in particular. This research is useful for researchers and scholars of R2P and hello and overseas coverage discourse in general.
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From this perspective, 2 WHAT IS DISCOURSE? 29 almost everything in social realms is ready for the analysis of the researcher, since everything is constructed discursively. Discourse covers linguistic and non-linguistic words and practices. This large discursive terrain for research includes texts, speeches, reports, events, policies, ideas, images and even institutions (Howarth and Stavrakakis 2000, 4). Discourses can be found in this large social structures and relations, they constitute reality and they help subjects to make sense of it.
Whereas some constructivists in IRs would see identity as a causal mechanism on the decision-makers and policy choices, post-structuralists do not separate identities and policies (Hansen 2006, 27). According to Hansen, in foreign policy discourse a balance between identity and the proposed policy will be targeted (2006, 29). If there is no balance between two, if they are not conﬁrming each other, the discourse will not be stable or ﬁxed. Discourse needs to have some consistency. This consistency can be achieved by making the discourse logical, coherent and certain internally but also by making the link between the content of the discourse and external realm in a convincing way.
He argues that the intervention caused further suspicion against Western powers. He states that Russia and China also called for the ending of violence in Libya but they demanded a more balanced criticism of both government and anti-government forces. Because of all this, they have reservations about an intervention in Syria (Morris 2013, 1275). These states made clear that Libya should not be a model for future interventions and criticised pseudo-humanitarianism externally imposed solutions on states.