INTL4280_Mar4 - Tuesday, 4 March 2008 Constraints on...

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Tuesday, 4 March 2008 Constraints on Partisan Intervention International normative regime Characteristics of conflict o Duration o Extent/scope o Morale/motivation Costs o Financial o Military deaths o Political fallout Principle Apathy o Ex: Rwanda Consequences of Partisan Intervention Greater instability o Intensifies/prolongs conflict o Provoke counter-partisan response Greater human rights abuses o Third-party intervention prolonged conflict Lack of success Pawn of third party state Resolving Conflicts Through Dispute Resolution Dispute resolution – intervention by a third party state or an international institution for the purpose of peacefully resolving a dispute
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Conditions for lasting peace o Peacekeeping – efforts to try to stop intergroup violence and to carry out relief operations Need compliance from both sides Third party must remain neutral and use force in limited capacity o Peacemaking – using forces or outside parties are trying to induce/coerce
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course INTL 4280 taught by Professor Mitchell during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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INTL4280_Mar4 - Tuesday, 4 March 2008 Constraints on...

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