The SANCTITY of CITIZENS HUMAN LIVES BEFORE & AFTER FOREIGN MILITARY INTERVENTIONS WITHIN the CONTEXT of INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS CONVENTIONS OBLIGATIONS of SIGNATORY STATES
IRAQ [SEPTEMBER 2017 SUMMIT],
LIBYA [JANUARY 2018 SUMMIT], &
AFGHANISTAN [JUNE 2018 SUMMIT]
‘ THE SANCTITY OF CITIZENS HUMAN LIVES BEFORE & AFTER FOREIGN MILITARY INTERVENTIONS WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS CONVENTIONS OBLIGATIONS OF SIGNATORY STATES
This Summit Series is principally a Fundamental Human Rights space for deliberating, interrogating, examining and exchanging NEW Ideas, Solutions and Paradigms from an Ethical Prism towards the deepest appreciation of the Net-Impacts of Foreign Military Interventions by Super Powers on the Human LIVES of Citizens of Invaded Countries and the Duty to Observe International Human Rights Treaties & Conventions by Signatory Countries; thereby inform future considerations of Military Interventions.
We recognize the inevitability of a certain degree of overlaps to the Political. However, we are minded to…
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