By Stephen F. Larrabee
By Stephen F. Larrabee
By Lamont Colucci
This two-volume set presents a chronological view of the overseas policy/national protection doctrines of key American presidents from Washington to Obama, framed through observation at the ancient context for every, discussions of significant issues, and examinations of the lasting influence of those policies.
By Mats Berdal,Dominik Zaum
This quantity examines and evaluates the effect of overseas statebuilding interventions at the political financial system of conflict-affected countries during the last twenty years. It makes a speciality of nations which are rising, or have lately emerged, from sessions of conflict and chronic clash. The interventions coated fall into 3 extensive categories:
This booklet could be of curiosity to scholars of statebuilding, humanitarian intervention, post-conflict reconstruction, political economic system, overseas businesses and IR/Security reports in general.
By Maren Leed,Ariel Robinson
By Maureen S. Hiebert
This ebook addresses heavily similar questions: what's the procedure wherein the quite brief and violent genocides of the 20th century and past have happened? Why have those situations of mass violence been genocidal and never another kind of country violence, repression, or clash?
Hiebert solutions those questions by means of exploring the buildings and methods that underpin the choice by means of political elites to devote genocide, targeting a sustained comparability of 2 situations, the Nazi ' ultimate answer' and the Cambodian genocide. The e-book in actual fact differentiates the constructions and methods - contained inside of a bigger total approach - that results in genocidal violence. Uncovering the mechanisms through which societies (at least within the modern period) come to event genocide as a unique type of destruction and never another kind of mass or political violence, Hiebert is ready to spotlight a suite of key method that result in in particular genocidal violence.
Providing an insightful contribution to the burgeoning literature during this zone, this booklet may be of curiosity to scholars and students of genocide, diplomacy, and political violence.
By James J.F. Forest
During the final ten years more and more govt and media experiences, scholarly books and magazine articles, and different courses have centred our realization at the increased variety of interactions among foreign geared up crime and terrorist networks. these kinds of interactions were within the kind of transitority organizational alliances (or customer-supplier relationships) surrounding a selected kind of transaction or source trade, like record fraud or smuggling people, medicinal drugs or guns throughout a selected border. the surroundings during which terrorists and criminals function is usually a crucial subject matter of this literature.
These learn traits recommend the salience of this book which addresses how prepared felony and terrorist networks collaborate, proportion wisdom and study from one another in ways in which extend their operational capabilities. The book contains extensive conceptual items, ancient analyses, and case reports that spotlight diversified points of the intersection among crime and terrorism. These chapters jointly support us to spot and savour quite a few dynamics on the person, organizational, and contextual degrees. those dynamics, in flip, tell a deeper knowing of the safety possibility published by means of terrorists and felony networks and the way to reply extra effectively.
This publication was once released as a distinct factor of Terrorism and Political Violence.
By Daniel Trottier,Christian Fuchs
By Natalie Bormann
By Kimie Hara,Ken S. Coates,Ken Coates