Natural Disaster in Armed Conflict Area: The Implementation of the Doctrine of Responsibility to Protect in the ASEAN

AuthorNatalia Y. Puspita
X JEAIL 2 (2017)
Natalia Y. Puspita
In the last decade, more natural disasters have occurred than before in the world. The
ASEAN regions are particularly prone to such disasters. Natural disasters can happen
anytime and will be a more serious problem in an armed conflict area. In disaster
management, humanitarian assistance of the international community is basically
      
of sovereignty must be harmonized with the doctrine of responsibility to protect. How
could the ASEAN countries accept the doctrine of the responsibility to protect during
natural disaster management in an armed conflict? This paper aims to analyze the
doctrine of responsibility to protect in the course of managing natural disaster of an
     
Myanmar and the Philippines.
    
Natural Disaster in
The Implementation of the
This article is fully revised and updated version of the paper presented at the International Conference on Historicising
International (Humanitarian) Law?: Could We? Should We?, held in Uppsala University, Sweden (Oct. 6-8, 2016).
∗∗ Lecturer on Public International Law at Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia; Ph.D. candidate at Faculty of Law
Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. LL.B./LL.M. (Gadjah Mada Univ.) ORCID:
6415-0081. The author may be contacted at: / Address: Faculty of Law, Atma Jaya Catholic
University of Indonesia, I.J. Kasimo Building 3rd. Fl., Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 51, South Jakarta, Indonesia 12930.

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