International Intervention in Local Conflicts: Crisis Management and Conflict Resolution Since the Cold War (Library of International Relations v. 48)
By: Uzi Rabi (editor)Hardback
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The changes in the global balance of power that emerged following the Cold War have had far-reaching implications for the conduct, management and resolution of local conflicts. They have necessitated a fresh examination of the rules and norms of international crisis management and conflict resolution at a global level. This book provides analyses of international intervention in local conflicts including those in Cambodia, Somalia, Yugoslavia, the Western Balkans and Northern Ireland. Special attention is devoted to American and European involvement in Middle East conflicts, as well as the unique role of regional and local actors in determining their course. This will be an invaluable resource for students and scholars of international relations and conflict resolution.
Uzi Rabi is Chair of the Department of Middle Eastern and African Studies, Tel Aviv University.
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