Site Fights- The Logic of Tool Choice

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Wednesday, November 16th / 7:30 pm / Stewart Center's Fowler Hall The Justice Cascade: How Human Rights Prosecutions Are Changing World Politics Political leaders around the world have increasingly been put on trial for their human rights violations, and rulers can no longer assume they are immune from punishment. Kathryn Sikkink will discuss how this remarkable change has happened, how it has affected world politics, and what it means for citizens everywhere . Prof. Kathryn Sikkink
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Reminder from Wednesday Aldrich says that the strength of civil  society is the determining factor in  deciding what tool states use to counter  protests Coercive use of force most likely with  weak civil society Least costly (time and resources) 4 clusters of tools Hard, Soft Coercion, Incentives 
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Strong” vs. “Weak” States Strong = centralized bureaucracy, few 
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