Internal Conflict and the International Community: Wars Without End?

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Ashgate, 2004 - Political Science - 242 pages
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"The wide-ranging study investigates a wealth of issues. These include the roots of internal conflict, what is meant by the 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 book finds internal conflict posing serious, potentially debilitating challenges to existing institutional, policy and analytical practices in international relations. It will greatly interest advanced undergraduates, post-graduates and scholars of international relations, comparative politics, development studies, international law and security and defence studies."--BOOK JACKET.

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Roderic Alley is Associate Professor of Politics at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

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