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Conflict with minorities
Terry Narramore

unification. 10 Continual reliance upon coercion to ensure compliance with state policy is ‘not only an inefficient and expensive strategy, but probably ultimately a self-defeating one’. 11 State disintegration, violence and national unification The sovereign territories and peoples claimed by the PRC today are based upon the boundaries of the Qing

in Violence and the state
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Josefina A. Echavarria

army was directly involved in the massacres, excluded from public discussions their dissent and debate of state policies. Furthermore, by branding the critics as terrorist-sympathisers and terrorist-collaborators, the state destroyed their personal credibility and censored their participation in the public sphere (Butler, 2004). Critics are thus silenced by the sending of troops. They

in In/security in Colombia
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Heike Wieters

connection between CARE and the US government resulted from the persistence of an altered war rationale, induced by growing systemic rivalry with the Soviet Union and its allies. Both the Cold War and parallel decolonization processes prolonged and redefined the state of international emergency, thereby fostering an extension of interventionist state policies at many levels. 6 Making friends for America

in The NGO CARE and food aid From America, 1945–80
Josefina A. Echavarria

, strengthening state institutions, consolidating control of national territory, protecting the rights of all Colombians and the nation’s infrastructure, co-operating for the security of all, and communicating state policy and action. The majority of these measures directly involve the citizenry in order to implement the various strategies, both as part of the security solution and as

in In/security in Colombia
The Memorandum of Understanding (1964–65)
Joseph Heller

. 20 ICAB, April 18, 1964 (Eshkol); KFADC, April 20, 1964 (Meir), ISA. 21 KFADC, April 21, 1964 (Rabin), ISA; ICAB, 10 May 1964 (Eshkol), ISA. 22 William Polk to Walt Rostow, Department of State, Policy Planning Council

in The United States, the Soviet Union and the Arab– Israeli conflict, 1948– 67
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Ana E. Juncos

a factor initiating change. For instance, Peters et al . ( 2005 ) demonstrate how conflict over ideas, in particular, has played a significant role in motivating incremental change in the areas of macroeconomic policy, administrative reform, and welfare state policies. In the EU context, and more specifically the CFSP, political conflict between advocates of supranationalism and those that want to retain a more

in EU Foreign and Security Policy in Bosnia
Constructing security in historical perspective
Jonathan B. Isacoff

Israel had been local and sporadic, not state policy; thereafter, they were promoted and directed by Cairo . . . The Gaza Raid proved to be a turning point in Israeli– Egyptian relations and in the history of the Middle East . . . Gaza had not only led to Egyptian counter-raiding. It had also set in motion a massive arms race, bound to end in war. ( Morris

in Redefining security in the Middle East
Jean-François Caron

principles may be invoked. First, to ensure that this scientific progress remains an outgrowth of the modern principle of equality, state policies could limit the techniques of eugenism to medical conditions that might create discrimination and prevent individuals from enjoying equal rights to pursue happiness. In other words, they should remain only within the realm of therapy. This should accordingly restrict the use of techniques that

in A theory of the super soldier
Disaster management
Charlotte Heath-Kelly

Security disaster response framework, for example, individual US state policies discuss the responsibility of local police and attached military units to initiate ‘anti-looting patrols of evacuated areas’ alongside their search and rescue tasks (State of Connecticut 2011 : 15). Researchers have long contended that ‘looting’ is a disaster myth that is propagated through the media (Constable 2008 ; Fischer

in Death and security
Peter Shirlow
Jonathan Tonge
James McAuley
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Catherine McGlynn

all respondents were inspired by prison debates within and between paramilitary groups. Such debates were important given that the IRA, INLA and to a lesser extent loyalists challenged the nature of criminalisation and prison authority. For republicans, in particular, their incarceration was rejected as illegitimate and their response to imprisonment was to further develop anti-state policies. It was

in Abandoning historical conflict?