The prospect of international intervention legitimacy: case study of 2011 libyan armed conflict
par Jean de Dieu ILIMUBUHANGA
Kigali Independent University - Master degree in public international law 2014
THE PROSPECT OF INTERNATIONAL INTERVENTION LEGITIMACY: CASE STUDY OF 2011 LIBYAN ARMED CONFLICT
ILIMUBUHANGA Jean de Dieu
Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the
KIGALI INDEPENDENT UNIVERSITY
I, the undersigned, hereby declare that the research work done on the topic entitled: «The Prospect of International Intervention Legitimacy: Case Study of 2011 Libyan Armed Conflict », is written and submitted under the guidance of Dr. MURANGIRA B. Thierry, Senior Lecturer in Kigali Independent University (ULK).
The findings and conclusions drawn in this thesis are based on the data and other relevant information collected during the period of the research study for the award of Master's Degree in Public International Law from Kigali Independent University.
I further, declare that the thesis submitted on the research study is the original work and I have not copied anything from any report of this nature while preparing this thesis. The material obtained from other sources has been duly acknowledged in the thesis. Neither the work nor any part thereof is published in any journal or anywhere else and has nor formed the award of any degree, diploma, associateship, fellowship, titles in this or any other University or institution of higher learning.
Place: KIGALI Research Candidate
Date: ................... ILIMUBUHANGA Jean de Dieu
It is certified that the work incorporated in this thesis, titled: «The Prospect of International Intervention Legitimacy: Case Study of 2011 Libyan Armed Conflict» submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master's Degree in Public International Law, Kigali Independent University, was carried out by Mr. ILIMUBUHANGA Jean Dieu (the research candidate) under my guidance and my supervision.
To the God Almighty, I am most grateful and put forward my praise,
To my loving wife KAMUGISHA M. Janviëre,
To our Daughter ILIMUBUHANGA A. Keren Brielle and
Our Son ILIMUBUHANGA A. Kevan Jaden.
This thesis owes a gratitude for its existence to many people who somehow contributed either by an inspiration, advice, or a support on the path to its finalization.
First of all my gratitude praising goes to the `God Almighty' I am most grateful and put forward my praise and sincere gratitude for giving me strength and spirit to complete my work successfully.
I express my gratitude to my supervisor Dr. Thierry B. MURANGIRA who scrutinized and commented on individual chapters to turn them into a valuable contribution to the existing academic literature.
My deepest gratitude belongs to my family whose support and belief in me have made all my up-to-date studies and this entire accomplishment possible.
I am forever indebted to my mother for her enduring patience, love and affection. A special word of thanks goes to my brothers, sisters, aunt and my in laws for their unstinted supports, constant encouragements and prayers.
While listing the people who deserve being acknowledged, I cannot omit the role of administrative and all lecturers of Kigali Independent University, who much helped me in the difficult moments of the Master's study and gave me a feeling that each single research fellow actually matters to them.
MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL!
ILIMUBUHANGA Jean Dieu.