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Sheikh Roshan (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Human Rights Violation in Indian-Administered Kashmir and role of United Nations, 1989-2019
Naruszenie praw człowieka w administrowanym przez Indie Kaszmirze i rola Organizacji Narodów Zjednoczonych, 1989-2019
Studia Politicae Universitatis Silesiensis, 2020, T. 29, s. 61-73, bibliogr. 36 poz.
Ochrona praw człowieka, Prawa człowieka, Konflikty zbrojne, Konflikty etniczne
Human rights protection, Human rights, Armed conflicts, Ethnic conflicts
streszcz., summ.
Kaszmir(region), Indie
Kashmir(region), India
Niniejszy artykuł zajmuje się łamaniem praw człowieka w Kaszmirze i rezolucjami podjętymi przez Organizację Narodów Zjednoczonych w tej kwestii. Opracowanie to wskazuje na indyjski ucisk, ofensywy, politykę twardego kursu i okupację administrowanego przez Indie Kaszmiru. Kolejną kwestią podjętą w artykule są możliwe negocjacje w sprawie konfliktu w Kaszmirze między Indiami a Pakistanem. Dlatego też opracowanie to podkreśla szczególną rolę Organizacji Narodów Zjednoczonych w tymże konflikcie. Ponadto omówione są niepowodzenia rezolucji ONZ w sprawie konfliktu w Kaszmirze i odrzucenie interwencji stron trzecich przez rząd Indii. Brak odpowiedzialności społeczności międzynarodowej w kwestii przestrzegania praw człowieka w Kaszmirze skutkuje fizyczną i psychiczną traumą tamtejszej społeczności. Celem tego artykułu jest także ocena polityki ONZ wobec problemów związanych z prawami człowieka w Kaszmirze. (abstrakt oryginalny)

This article focuses on Human Rights violations and resolutions passed by the United Nations. This study points to the oppression, seige, hard power policy, and the Indian occupation of Indian-administered Kashmir. The article continues to deal with the possible negotiation on the Kashmir conflict between India and Pakistan. Therefore, it particularly emphasizes the role of the United Nations in the Kashmir conflict. It elaborates on the failure of United Nations resolutions on Kashmir conflict and rejection of 3rd party intervention by the Indian Government. The responsibility of the international community in Kashmir is to respect Human Rights, the failure of which has resulted in physical and mental trauma. The aim of the article is to evaluate the UN policy toward Kashmir Human Rights problems. (original abstract)
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