Internal Conflict and the International Community: Wars Without End?

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Ashgate, 2004 - Political Science - 242 pages
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Roderic Alley debates whether conflict within states has emerged as the Achilles Heel of the international community. Across numerous dimensions - ethical, legal, humanitarian, analytical and prescriptive - wars within states have tested the international political community and found it wanting. international community and its responses to such events; small arms supplies and intervention controversies; human rights and international humanitarian law; refugees; the internally displaced; and post-conflict reconstruction. Utilizing a variety of case materials, the research finds internal conflict posing serious, potentially debilitating challenges to existing institutional, policy and analytical practices in international relations.

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