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Chapter 11 - Doyle Chapter 11: International Intervention...

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Doyle Chapter 11: International Intervention I. Nonintervention     : dominant norm in international law designed to protect political independence and  territorial integrity II. Principles of Nonintervention and Intervention a. Realists     : nonintervention only valuable from a national point of view 1. Nonintervention : “ soft ” realists- prudence: intervention is costly, so do  so only when core interests/security is threatened a. Realists see all states as in a war where the only source of  security is self-help 2. Intervention : “ hard ” realists: when the strong confront the weak, only  the rules of the strong will hold, and the weak will have to obey b. Socialists     : for noninterventionism i. international law is only a reflection of  class interests , which truly govern  international society ii. Socialist  crusades   would create suffering , instability, and the defeat of the  particular working class at the hands of the socialist forces
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course PS 061 taught by Professor Eichenberg during the Fall '08 term at Tufts.

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