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Managing Intercollective Conflict : Prevailing Structures and Global Challenges - Anna J Borgeryd

Managing Intercollective Conflict

Prevailing Structures and Global Challenges

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Prefacep. vii
Managing Intercollective Conflict, A Theoretical Frameworkp. 1
Investigating the Management of Intercollective Conflictp. 1
Defining Key Concepts: Collective, Conflict, and Managementp. 5
A Theoretical Framework of Institutionalized Problem Managementp. 12
Organization of the Studyp. 21
Prevailing Structures: Institutionsp. 39
Prevailing Conflict Managers: The State and Its Auxiliary Institutionsp. 41
The Statep. 41
The Militaryp. 48
The Military Industryp. 56
The United Nationsp. 61
Conclusionsp. 65
Prevailing Structures: Underlying Ideasp. 79
Political Realismp. 81
Early Modern Realists: the Pioneers of Political Sciencep. 81
Realism of the Nation-State and of European Imperialismp. 93
20th Century Realismp. 100
Summary and Conclusions: Premises Underlying Realist Management of Intercollective Conflictp. 106
Legalism: Public International Lawp. 119
Historical Backgroundp. 119
Modern Developments of the Law of War and Peacep. 126
Jus ad Bellump. 127
Jus in Bellop. 133
Applications of Public International Lawp. 138
Summary and Conclusions: Premises Underlying Legalist Management of Intercollective Conflictp. 143
Conclusions To Parts I and IIp. 157
Global Challengesp. 161
The Gulf War: The Iraq-Kuwait Conflict and Its 1990-91 Managementp. 167
Backgroundp. 167
Events August 1990 - February 1991 and Their Depiction in Mediap. 173
Epiloguep. 184
The Gulf War: A Case of Successful Conflict Management?p. 186
The Gulf War Compared to Realist and Legalist Premisesp. 188
The Break-Up of Yugoslavia: The Conflicts of the Western Republics and their 1990-95 Managementp. 207
Backgroundp. 207
Events January 1990 - December 1995 and the Role of Mediap. 212
The Break-Up of Yugoslavia: A Case of Successful Conflict Management?p. 240
The Break-Up of Yugoslavia Compared to Realist and Legalist Premisesp. 242
The Los Angeles Riots of 1992: An Inner City's Descent Into Anarchyp. 267
Backgroundp. 267
Events April - May 1992 and Their Depiction in Mediap. 272
Epiloguep. 276
The 1992 Los Angeles Riots: A Case of Successful Conflict Management?p. 280
The 1992 Los Angeles Riots Compared to Realist and Legalist Premisesp. 282
Conclusions
Conclusions: Global Challenges to the Logic of the State Systemp. 301
What's Wrong with the Premises?p. 301
Theory Revisitedp. 319
On the Sustainability of Prevailing Conflict Managing Structuresp. 330
Referencesp. 343
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ISBN: 9781581120431
ISBN-10: 1581120435
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 376
Published: 1st February 1999
Publisher: Dissertation.com
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 2.13
Weight (kg): 0.48