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Weak states in the international system

Michael Handel

Weak states in the international system

by Michael Handel

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Published by Cass in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Newman, John Henry, -- 1801-1890.,
  • Cardinals -- England -- Biography.

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    StatementMichael Handel.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX4705.N5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(325)p. :
    Number of Pages325
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21673772M
    ISBN 100714633852, 0714640735

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    Border fixity—the proscription of foreign conquest and the annexation of homeland territory—has, since World War II, become a powerful norm in world politics. This development has been said to increase stability and peace in international relations. Yet, in a world in which it is unacceptable to challenge international borders by force, sociopolitically weak states remain a significant. One of the most important of these issues is terrorism and its relationship with weak states. This book examines the weak state-terrorism nexus with particular emphasis on Africa. Specifically, it provides an in-depth analysis of state weakness, poverty, and the opportunities offered by the latter for the breeding of terrorism and terrorists.

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Using the cases of Armenia, St. Kitts and Nevis, Lebanon, and Cambodia, the author argues that, if a state is weak and vulnerable, then it can practice an unexpected Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US. This book seeks to explain why weak states exist within the international system.

Using the cases of Armenia, St. Kitts and Nevis, Lebanon, and Cambodia, the author argues that, if a state is weak and vulnerable, then it can practice an unexpected. Ronald P. Barston; Weak States in the International System, International Affairs, Vol Issue 4, 1 OctoberPages: Ronald P.

Barston. Failed states may have an international legality without being sovereign domestically, or even being legitimately Westphalian. Migdal, Joel S. Strong Societies and Weak States: State-Society Relations and State Capabilities in the Third World.

Weak States and Spheres of Great Power Competition, which builds on much of Kassab’s past research, presents an important, comprehensive and region-by-region, examination of a major issue of the international system – great power competition for influence in weak states.".

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goods, or both. Weak states range from Fiji, with its many coups but its well-educated and prosperous. population, westward through the fractious. Solomon Islands and the violently corrupt Papua. New Guinea to Laos, Bangladesh, many of the Central.

Asian polities, Lebanon, many of the Balkan. polities, and across the Atlantic to much of Central. Latin American states threaten the very foundation of that system. International This book examines contemporary cases of nation-state collapse and fail- Weak states typically harbor File Size: 92KB.

Conventional wisdom among policymakers in both the US and Europe holds that weak and failing states are the source of the world's most pressing security threats today.

The international community's leadership sees such states as an existential threat as well, evidenced in Kofi Annan's claim that “our defenses are only as strong as their weakest links.”Author: Stewart Patrick.

This book seeks to explain why weak states exist within the international system. Using the cases of Armenia, St. Kitts and Nevis, Lebanon, and Cambodia, the author argues that, if a state is weak and vulnerable, then it can practice an unexpected Price Range: $ - $ "Weak states can be both policy takers and, occasionally, policy makers," argues Laszlo Borhi in a presentation examining weak states in East Central Europe in the 20th century.

Focusing on several case studies, Borhi looks at three periods: the aftermath of World War I and World War II and the post era.

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Weak States, Strong Societies analyses the effect of these developments on the new world order, arguing that the framework of 'weak state, strong society' appears even more applicable to the contemporary global.