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In International law literature, Humanitarian intervention is resorting to military force by Security Council according to chapter VII of the United Nation Charter for prevention of massive and systematic breaches of human rights inside the national borders.
In the last two decades, humanitarian intervention (in Iraq and Somolia, ethnic and tribal conflicts in Kosovo and Darfur) due to political nature of Security Council interests of its permanent members has been subject to existing circumstances.
This leads to the idea that Security Council as the UN's enforcing organ is legally bound to take into account some rules and limits in humanitarian intervention process.