The Limits of military intervention

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Published by Sage Publications in Beverly Hills, Calif .

Written in English

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Places:

  • United States

Subjects:

  • Intervention (International law),
  • Military art and science,
  • United States -- Military policy

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

Statementedited by Ellen P. Stern.
SeriesSage series on armed forces and society ;, v. 12
ContributionsMcCrate, Ellen Stern.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJX4481 .L525
The Physical Object
Pagination399 p. :
Number of Pages399
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4539284M
ISBN 100803908105, 0803908113
LC Control Number77005588

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Combining unprecedented analyses of the genocide's progression and the logistical limitations of humanitarian military intervention, Kuperman reaches a startling conclusion: even if Western leaders had ordered an intervention as soon as they became aware of a nationwide genocide in Rwanda, the intervention forces would have arrived too late to.

The prospects for success and the limits of humanitarian intervention I. Taking stock II. Choosing among types and strategies III. The limits of humanitarian military intervention IV. Concluding comments Table Success and failure in humanitarian military intervention in the s Index   ().

The Limits and Unintended Consequences of UN Peace Enforcement: The Force Intervention Brigade in the DR Congo. International Peacekeeping: Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. This article examines the role that military intervention can play in ending genocide and the political, moral, and legal debates that surround it.

The first section briefly examines how genocides have ended since the beginning of the twentieth century, and explores the place of military intervention by external powers. The second section examines whether there is a moral and/or legal duty to. the limits of airpower and the limits of a strategy dependent on it when trying to achieve conflicting political goals.

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In his recent book The Limits of Humanitarian Intervention: Genocide in Rwanda (and in a previous article in these pages, "Rwanda in Retrospect," January/February ), Kuperman argues that even the strongest imaginable intervention could. Like a military coup, the evasion of term limits is an usurpation of power that denies citizens an open political competition and the many benefits of leadership rotation.

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