Ved P. Nanda,
The Security Council Veto in the Context of Atrocity Crimes, Uniting for Peace and the Responsbility to Protect,
52 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L.
Available at: https://scholarlycommons.law.case.edu/jil/vol52/iss1/9
"After Russia’s thirteen vetoes and seven by China to shield the Syrian regime from any action, it seems reasonable to ask the question: In light of the findings of several U.N. reports, as well as reports from credible human rights organizations, that Syrian military and security forces have continued to commit atrocity crimes ever since the onset of the Syrian crisis, is it not prudent to explore the measures to protect innocent men, women, and children from such flagrant violations of human rights?"