The Impact of International Human Military Intervention in Libya on the Sovereignty of the State

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The Impact of International Human Military Intervention in Libya on the Sovereignty of the State


Hazim, Tareq Abu, Alnsour, Hadi, Asian Social Science


Abstract

This research aims at shedding the light on the impact of the international human military intervention in Libya on the sovereignty of the state, because there is ambiguity and unclear explanation for the meaning of that international human military intervention with regard for the basics first and its impact on the sovereignty second and their both relation to human rights. This situation could be attributed for the formality and the nature of the comprehension and application for them from one side and the imbalanced practice of it from the other side, we can infer that there is a wide gap for the unsuccessful approximate between the international military intervention for human reasons and the sovereignty principle. A situation that demands a successful proximity between them that must be done. The research held a description for the items of the international intervention and the international human military intervention, the new implications for the sovereignty concept and human rights, the impact of the international human military intervention in Libya on the sovereignty of the state, the international interventions reasons in the Libyan case and determining those hypotheses conjures with the research objectives. The researchers concluded that the intervention based upon protecting humanity is an international practice and that explains the issue legally and politically in a broad sense for any case of the programmed oppression practices against societies was the main reason for accepting the intervention for protecting civilians. The international intervention in Libya didn't have a direct impact on the Libyan state sovereignty as a state with government, land, borders and population. The researchers inferred that the international intervention was regarded as a relative violation for the Libyan state sovereignty temporary, upon the fact, that the intervention became more accepted and less impact on the national sovereignty.

Keywords: international, intervention, human military, human rights, sovereignty

1. Introduction

Intervention and non-intervention is regarded an activity pattern in the international interactions because of the mutual impact of those members in the international system upon that the international intervention had increased due to the interests that are important for the super powers that interact horizontally and vertically and combine many political, economic and security objectives here. There has been anew widespread view which states that the international human military intervention for the benefit of individuals and populations is justified to stop any dangerous oppressions or practices that hinder basic human rights like genocide or mass killings and bad treatment. The transformations happened for the international system post the cold war and the end socialist countries and the explosion of internal revolution in may countries had participated in the "emergence of the international human military intervention phenomenon, because there were many demands for such thing to face some tyrants here. This research discusses the reality of the international human military intervention and its effect on the concept of sovereignty in the light of global and regional rapid changes and analyzing this condition for Libya and its impact on the sovereignty of state of Libya.

1.1 Statement of the Problem

The research problem discussed the major causes that pushed toward the international military intervention in Libya, particularly its impact on the national sovereignty, and the controversy regarding the western justifications for the reasons of the international human military intervention.

1.2 Research Objectives & Questions

The present study was conducted to achieve the following objectives: Shedding some light on the nature of the international human military intervention and its dynamics. Studying and analyzing the legal and political sides of the international human military intervention. …

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