Globalization, State Failure, and Collective Violence: The Case of Sierra Leone
The focus of this article is the interaction of negative globalization, state failure, and collective violence (and collapse). The relationship between these is analyzed in the context of long term, intermediate, and precipitating factors to propose a conceptual framework. Sierra Leone is utilized as a case study.
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International Journal of Peace Studies, v. 11, no. 2, p. 87-104
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Conteh-Morgan, Earl, "Globalization, State Failure, and Collective Violence: The Case of Sierra Leone" (2006). School of Interdisciplinary Global Studies Faculty Publications. 15.