Intervention in armed conflicts is full of riddles that await
attention from scholars and policymakers. This book argues that
rethinking intervention--redefining what it is and why foreign
powers take an interest in others' conflicts--is of critical
importance to understanding how conflicts evolve over time with the
entry and exit of external actors. It does this by building a new
model of intervention that crosses the traditional boundaries
between economics, international relations theory, and security
studies, and places the economic interests and domestic political
institutions of external states at the center of intervention
Combining quantitative and qualitative evidence from both
historical and contemporary conflicts, including interventions in
both interstate conflicts and civil wars, it presents an in-depth
discussion of a range of interventions--diplomatic, economic, and
military--in a variety of international contexts, creating a
comprehensive model for future research on the topic.
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