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In contrast to mainstream International Relations and Peace Research, it is argued that the growing body of `critical theoretical' literature can be better grasped in terms of a return to particular, local and timely matters and to practical philosophy than as utterly relativist/nihilist...
This study investigates how the United Nations (UN) has reacted to foreign military interventions. The term foreign military intervention is defined and criteria for the selection of cases are formulated, resulting in the selection of seven foreign military interventions: Vietnam in Kampuchea,...
It has often been said that one major factor determining the success of third party mediation efforts is their perceived impartiality, but the importance of impartiality to successful mediation has recently come into question (Bercovitch et al., 1991; Wehr & Lederach, 1991). This paper attempts...
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