GVPT355 final study guide 2

Theories power transition and armaments tension

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Theories: Power Transition and Armaments-Tension Spiral Chad/Libya Ethiopia/Eritrea Repression and Exclusion Philippine Mindanao Namibia and South Africa Libya Rwanda Angola/Cabinda Divisions within Rebels Philippine Mindanao (MNLF, MILF, ASG) Iran-Kurdistan (Kurd groups from Turkey, Iraq, Iran) Use of Terrorism Philippine Mindanao (ASG) Spain/Basques (Basque terrorist group ETA) UK/Northern Ireland Conflict (PIRA) Chapter 5 Chapter 6: The Sierra Leone Model From Sierra Leone, 5 phases: Assembly of combatants Collection of personal info Verification and collection of weapons Certification of eligibility of benefits Transportation to demobilization center DANCE DANCE REVOLUTION!! (DDR)= Disarmament, Demobilization, Reintegration Chapter 7: Chapter 8: Pope - “If you want peace work for justice, if you want justice defend life” Film on April 18 Spring 2000, angry young Serbs have declared a non violent war against Slobo Milosevic-Socialist Party “the butcher of the Balkans” Milosevic has gone to war in Croatia, Bosnia, Kosovo…he’s brought ethnic cleansing, concentration camps.
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  • Spring '13
  • Cunningham
  • Mindanao, National Pact, UK/Northern Ireland Conflict, Philippine Mindanao

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