Selected Articles: “Color Revolution”, Regime Change and Terrorism

3 July 2017 — Global Research

Featured image: Muhajideen fighters in 1984. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Chaos is everywhere – it can be in a form of civil disorder that springs from domestic concerns/causes while it can also be a pretext for a “fabricated civil war” or “regime change” which incites external response under the cloak of “humanitarian intervention”. Is chaos really a prelude to achieving genuine peace? Read our selected articles below.

A phenomenon of humanitarian intervention has been one of the most contentious topics in international law, political science, and moral philosophy. Nonetheless, by reviewing the evolution of the concept, it can be concluded that the motives for humanitarian intervention are morally and legally intolerable, acting as a force of liberal imperialism. Furthermore, history illustrates that humanitarian intervention is a part of a wider process employed by power states as a strategy to expend their political and economic influence. (Petar Djolic)

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