Because of violent conflicts in Libya and Syria, international law lawyers, experts in peace and conflict studies, and politicians are once again ...
"... R2P is based on the multilateral consensus that every state must protect its people from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. When a government does not live up to this duty, the international community may intervene, using armed force if necessary. The UN General Assembly adopted this principle in 2005. It is up to the Security Council to decide exactly what measures are to be taken to enforce peace. ..."
" Libya and the ICC have for months been debating who should try Gaddafi's son Saif al-Islam. The transitional government in Tripoli wants the matter to be dealt with in Libya. At the moment, Saif is in the power of local clans that refuse to hand him over to the national government or the ICC. Their leaders say that they do not want him to share the fate of his father, who was lynched when apprehended. Moreover, they feel they have some leverage over their unelected government as long as they have Saif in their power.
Islamic law does not necessarily agree with western ideas of democracy, says Yves Boyer of the Paris-based Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique (FRS). China's vote in the Security Council, he adds, tends to depend on economic interests rather than human rights concerns. ... "
In Libya Case: we watched NATO SPONSOR genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. This is DOCUMENTED and CAN'T BE WASH for more nice words and renowned Intellectuals that dedicate their lives creating arguments ... NATO USED GENOCIDE, WAR CRIMES, ETHNIC CLEANSING as weapons to dominate Libya.