Development of the Concept of Humanitarian Intervention and Emergence of Support Responsibility Doctrine

Mohammad Amin Pourasad, Zeynab Asghari


The principle of humanitarian intervention faced some obstacles since the beginning of its formation and that principle was lack in intervention in the national affairs f the countries. This issue considers the domestic qualification of the countries. Domestic qualification is a relative and flexible concept too and there is no criterion regarding the nature of domestic qualification and its diagnostic reference in the Charter of the United Nations. Gordon believes that domestic qualification is determined by the development of international relations and domestic recognition or the internationality of an issue changes with the legal and political criteria


Humanitarian Intervention, Support Responsibility, International Law

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