Ramesh Thakur mostly deals with Law, International relations, Responsibility to protect, Politics and Human rights. His International relations research integrates issues from International law, Power and Peacekeeping. The concepts of his Responsibility to protect study are interwoven with issues in Sovereignty and Genocide.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental ethics, Enforcement and State in addition to Politics. His study in Human rights is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public international law, Charter, International security, Public administration and Terrorism. Ramesh Thakur works mostly in the field of Public administration, limiting it down to topics relating to Disarmament and, in certain cases, Global governance.
His primary areas of study are Law, Public administration, Political economy, International relations and Responsibility to protect. His study in Human rights, Sovereignty, International law, Peacekeeping and Humanitarian intervention is carried out as part of his studies in Law. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Civil society, Diplomacy, Global governance and Public policy.
His Political economy research includes elements of Disarmament, Development economics, Foreign policy, Politics and Nuclear weapon. Ramesh Thakur interconnects Terrorism and Use of force in the investigation of issues within International relations. His Responsibility to protect study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as International community, Commission, State and Intervention.
Ramesh Thakur focuses on Law, Responsibility to protect, Nuclear weapon, Human rights and Global governance. Many of his studies on Law involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Political economy. His Responsibility to protect research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Humanitarian intervention, Sovereignty, State and Intervention.
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His main research concerns Law, Responsibility to protect, State, Global governance and Economy. His research combines Humanitarian intervention and Responsibility to protect. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the State, concentrating on Commission and frequently concerns with Intervention, Sovereignty and Psychological resilience.
His work deals with themes such as International law and Peacekeeping, which intersect with Global governance. Ramesh Thakur works mostly in the field of Politics, limiting it down to topics relating to Diversity and, in certain cases, Human rights, as a part of the same area of interest. His Public administration research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Economic growth, Government, Sovereign state and International relations.
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The United Nations, Peace and Security: From Collective Security to the Responsibility to Protect
Ramesh Chandra Thakur.
Global Governance and the UN: An Unfinished Journey
Thomas George Weiss;Ramesh Chandra Thakur.
Kosovo and the challenge of humanitarian intervention : selective indignation, collective action, and international citizenship
Albrecht Schnabel;Ramesh Chandra Thakur.
R2P after Libya and Syria: Engaging Emerging Powers
Washington Quarterly (2013)
The Oxford handbook of modern diplomacy
Andrew Fenton Cooper;Jorge Heine;Ramesh Chandra Thakur.
The Group of Twenty (G20)
Andrew Fenton Cooper;Ramesh Chandra Thakur.
Enhancing Global Governance Through Regional Integration
Ramesh Thakur;Luk Van Langenhove.
Global Governance (2006)
R2P: From Idea to Norm—and Action?
Ramesh Chandra Thakur;Thomas G. Weiss.
Global Responsibility To Protect (2009)
Unintended Consequences of Peacekeeping Operations
Chiyuki Aoi;Cedric De Coning;Ramesh Chandra Thakur.
Making states work: State failure and the crisis of governance
Simon Chesterman;Michael Ignatieff;Ramesh Thakur;David M. Malone.
Social Science Research Network (2004)
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