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E.D. Mansfield & Jack Snyder, “Democratization and the Danger of War,” International Security 20(1) (1995): 5-38
Democratizing states are more likely to fight wars than are mature democracies or stable autocracies. Anocracies: political systems in which democraticView Document
Kaldor, Mary," The Globalized War Economy" in New and Old Wars: Organized Violence in the Global Era, 2001, p. 90-111.
The failure of states (due to a lack of control, catch 22) is accompanied by privatization of violence. Revolutionary warfare: get control of territoryView Document
Hamre, John J. and Gordon R. Sullivan. “Toward Postconflict Reconstruction.” The Washington Quarterly, Autumn 2002.
17 Jan 2011
Postconflict reconstruction: includes providing and enhancing not only social and economic well-being and governance and the rule of law but also otherView Document