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Geography, Territory, and Conflict  

Steven V. Miller, Jaroslav Tir, and John A. Vasquez

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Mar 2010
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Dec 2017
Traditional, structural theories of international relations may have eschewed the importance of geography and territory to understanding international conflict, but the past 50 years of ... More

Intelligence in War  

John Ferris

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Mar 2010
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Jan 2018
A large literature has emerged on intelligence and war which integrates the topics and techniques of two disciplines: strategic studies and military history. The literature on intelligence ... More

Peace: A Conceptual Survey  

Paul F. Diehl

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Apr 2019
Peace is an elusive concept with many different meanings. Traditionally, it has been equated with the absence of war or violence, but such “negative peace” has limited value as it lumps ... More

Peace Studies and (Counter)Terrorism  

Valentina Bartolucci

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Mar 2019
Scholarly attention on both Peace Studies (PS) and contemporary security issues, in particular “terrorism” and “counterterrorism,” is notable and has been growing in recent decades. Several ... More

The Political Economy of Violent Conflict Within States  

Achim Wennmann

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Feb 2019
The political economy of violent conflict is a body of literature that investigates how economic issues and interests shape the dynamics associated to violent conflict after the Cold War. ... More

Private Military and Security Companies  

Berenike Prem and Elke Krahmann

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Mar 2010
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Dec 2017
While early private military and security companies (PMSCs) were likened to mercenaries, today most scholars agree that PMSCs constitute a new phenomenon. They are organized as legitimate ... More

Russian Security and Nuclear Policies: Successor to the Superpower Arsenal?  

Mariya Y. Omelicheva

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Jun 2011
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Dec 2017
The Cold War was a period of hostilities between the United States and the Soviet Union as the two superpowers engaged in a nuclear arms race. With the collapse of the Soviet Union, some ... More

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