"This insightful book debates whether conflict within states has emerged as the Achilles Heel of the international community. It covers a wide-range of issues including the roots of internal conflict, small arms supplies, intervention, human rights and international humanitarian law, refugees and post-conflict reconstruction. Internal Conflict and the International Community provides supplementary reading for third level undergraduates, post-graduates and scholars of international relations, comparative politics, development studies, international law and security and defence studies."--Provided by publisher.
First published 2004 by Ashgate Publishing.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter 1 Introduction chapter 2 The Roots of Internal Conflict chapter 3 Small Arms and Light Weapons chapter 4 Refugees and Internal Conflicts chapter 5 Human Rights and Internal Conflicts chapter 6 International Humanitarian Law chapter 7 Responses to Internal Conflicts chapter 8 Post-Conflict Reconstruction chapter 9 The Analytical Dimensions chapter 10 Conclusions.