テロ時代の国家破綻:事例研究<br>State Failure and State Weakness in a Time of Terror

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テロ時代の国家破綻:事例研究
State Failure and State Weakness in a Time of Terror

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 456 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780815775744
  • DDC分類 320.011

基本説明

Examining cases of state collapse (Somalia), state failure (Congo, Sierra Leone, Sudan), and states at risk for failure (Colombia, Fiji, Haiti, Indonesia, Lebanon, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan).

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The threat of terror, which flares in Africa and Indonesia, has given the problem of failed states an unprecedented immediacy and importance. In the past, failure had a primarily humanitarian dimension, with fewer implications for peace and security. Now nation-states that fail, or may do so, pose dangers to themselves, to their neighbors, and to people around the globe: preventing their failure, and reviving those that do fail, has become a strategic as well as a moral imperative. State Failure and State Weakness in a Time of Terror develops an innovative theory of state failure that classifies and categorizes states along a continuum from weak to failed to collapsed. By understanding the mechanisms and identifying the tell-tale indicators of state failure, it is possible to develop strategies to arrest the fatal slide from weakness to collapse. This state failure paradigm is illustrated through detailed case studies of states that have failed and collapsed (the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sierra Leone, the Sudan, Somalia), states that are dangerously weak (Colombia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan), and states that are weak but safe (Fiji, Haiti, Lebanon).

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Failed States, Collapsed States, Weak 1 (28)
States: Causes and Indicators
Robert I. Rotberg
Part One. Cases of Failure and Collapse
The Democratic Republic of the Congo: From 29 (42)
Failure to Potential Reconstruction
Rene Lemarchand
Sierra Leone: Warfare in a Post-State 71 (30)
Society
William Reno
The Sudan: A Successfully Failed State 101(28)
Gerard Prunier
Rachel Gisselquist
Somalia: Can a Collapsed State Reconstitute 129(32)
Itself?
Walter S. Clarke
Robert Gosende
Part Two. Dangerously Weak
Colombia: Lawlessness, Drug Trafficking, 161(22)
and Carving Up the State
Harvey F. Kline
Indonesia: The Erosion of State Capacity 183(36)
Michael Malley
Sri Lanka: A Fragmented State 219(26)
Erin K. Jenne
Tajikistan: Regionalism and Weakness 245(20)
Nasrin Dadmehr
Part Three. Safely Weak
Fiji: Divided and Weak 265(22)
Stephanie Lawson
Haiti: A Case of Endemic Weakness 287(18)
Marlye Gelin-Adams
David M. Malone
Lebanon: Failure, Collapse, and 305(36)
Resuscitation
Oren Barak
Contributors 341(4)
Index 345