FYSA: For Your Situational Awareness l Issue 30
June 16, 2016
Some Rules Aren’t Meant to be Broken: Reestablishing Humanitarian Principles by Sarah Minot
Provision of healthcare and protection of civilians are already daunting tasks in conflict ridden environments. However, in recent conflicts, the traditional rules of humanitarian neutrality and efforts to avoid civilian targeting have eroded.
Arming Libya: A Calculated Risk by Anthony Bell
Last month, Secretary of State John Kerry announced that the United States and other international powers would ease the United Nations arms embargo on Libya as part of an effort to strengthen the country’s fragile unity government in its fight against the Islamic State and other terrorist groups.