Noam Chomsky's 8/06/09 UN Address: Dialogue on the Responsibility to ProtectQuicklink submitted by M. Wizard Permalink
|Throughout history, there have been a few principles of international affairs that apply quite generally. One is the maxim of Thucydides that the strong do as they wish, while the weak suffer as they must. A corollary is what Ian Brownlie calls "the hegemonial approach to law-making": the voice of the powerful sets precedents.|
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