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La prise en compte des conflits asymétriques au Moyen-Orient par le Conseil de Sécurité des Nations Unies au 21e siècle. Le cas de l'Irak, de la Syrie et de la Libye.

Abstract : In a confrontational climate marked by an unprecedented warlike evolution, the UN Security Council is struggling to impose peace in Iraq, Syria and Libya. The Middle East traces the incompatibilities and inadequacies that international law faces.For nearly two decades, the chronic instability has gradually taken hold of our three-case analysis to deliver an elusive transnational terrorism. Its indefiniteness is complex to encompass the aspirations of every layer of society, but even more so the intrusion of third states into internal practice.Observe the decline of Iraq, Syria and Libya is to adopt a wide angle of view to recognize the transition of these formerly rogue states to the advent of their bankruptcies. Western interventionism is consubstantial, we can refer to the illegal 2003 intervention in Iraq, but other factors come protean increase the security failure of the mentioned states.Indeed, the census of conflicts in Iraq, Syria and Libya demonstrates an asymmetrical practice naively opposing the weak to the strong. However, the observed asymmetry is drowning in the meanders of a regional interventionist and warmongering practice. In other words, the proxy struggle of the various regional and international blocs takes the form of an asymmetrical opposition without recognizing the substance.In addition, the asymmetrical conflictuality in Iraq, Syria and Libya is only the praise of contemporary Realpolitik, where the non-state actor becomes the instrument of a regal power.In this world where the drift is customary, where the UN system seems fragmented, it emerges a grid of neuralgic analysis to the full capture of the contemporary stakes in the Middle East: the politico-legal approach.
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Emmanuel Al Miah. La prise en compte des conflits asymétriques au Moyen-Orient par le Conseil de Sécurité des Nations Unies au 21e siècle. Le cas de l'Irak, de la Syrie et de la Libye.. Droit. Université Grenoble Alpes, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019GREAD005⟩. ⟨tel-02903100⟩

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