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'In Hobbes' shadow: why international intervention does not seem to be working'

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Antonio Giustozzi and Toby Dodge (chair)
Thursday, 17 November 2011. COL 2.01, 6.30pm 

Dr. Giustozzi's new book discusses the role of coercion in state formation and state-building and its implications for international intervention. Do Western countries have the intellectual and practical tools to handle interventions in civil wars successfully? Can state formation or re-formation be dealt with in a non-Hobbesian way? Can we do without the Leviathan?

Speakers

 

Giustozzi

Antonio Giustozzi| is  a research fellow at the Crisis State Research Centre at LSE

 
DodgeToby

 Toby Dodge| is a Reader in International Relations in the Department of International Relations at LSE

 

 

 

Location

COL 2.01, Second floor Columbia House, Map |

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