Name and Position
Please indicate your name and position at CCR2P.
Place the following events in chronological order: ICISS Report; UN High-Level Panel; emergence of the term sovereignty as responsibility; World Summit; Kosovo War
Which principle was introduced in 2011 by one of the BRICS countries to complement R2P? Which BRICS country introduced that principle?
Which modern thinker first developed the idea of sovereignty as responsibility?
Which actors were the norm entrepreneur, state champion, and norm broker of R2P, respectively?
High-Level Panel, Rwanda, UN Secretary-General
UN Secretary-General, Canada, ICISS
UN Special Representative on R2P, UK, World Summit
Canada, Canada, High-Level Panel
UN Secretary-General, USA, Francis Deng
The responsibilities to prevent, react, and rebuild were adopted by the UN as the 3 pillars of R2P. (True/False)
The BRICS countries have expressed strong support for which element of R2P?
Responsibility to Rebuild
Pillars I and II
International criminal justice
The World Summit Outcome Document committed the Security Council to take enforcement action...
at the direction of the Special Advisor on the Prevention of Genocide
anytime the four R2P crimes are committed
at the direction of the General Assembly
on a case-by-case basis
when the relevant regional organization supports enforcement action
Which actor in the UN system is primarily responsible for defending and promoting the R2P principle?
The Security Council imposes economic sanctions on a country that is committing ethnic cleansing against a minority group. Which pillar of R2P does this fall under?
Myanmar launches a judicial reform program to ensure that ethnic minorities are treated fairly in the court system. Which pillar of R2P does this fall under?
Canada provides military training to Nigerian security forces to help them fight Boko Haram. Which pillar of R2P does this fall under?
How would you best characterize the position of the BRICS on NATO's intervention in Libya?
Initially supportive, then opposed
Initially neutral, but opposed what they saw as regime change
Did R2P apply in the case of Myanmar's refusal to accept international aid in the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis in 2008? Why or why not? Answer in 150 words.
How would you best characterize the outcome of the 2014 General Assembly debate on R2P?
Many countries showed opposition to R2P on principled grounds
The primary focus of the debate was on the Islamic State's activities
Most states supported R2P in principle, but criticized the way it was implemented in Libya
There was no clear consensus on R2P in the dialogue
Most states supported R2P in principle and focused on how to operationalize it
What is the official position of the African Union (AU) on R2P?
Supports intervention only with state consent
Supports R2P and authorizes AU intervention without state consent in the case of R2P crimes
Supports Pillars I and II, but not Pillar III
Has not taken an official position on R2P
Is officially opposed to R2P
How was R2P applied in Kenya in 2008? (Choose as many as apply)
Major aid donors threatened to cut aid if the killings did not stop
The US threatened to intervene militarily
Kofi Annan led a meditating team that negotiated an agreement to stop the killings
The Security Council imposed economic sanctions
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