1 edition of Armed political organizations found in the catalog.
Armed political organizations
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-229) and index.
|LC Classifications||JC328.6 .B478 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||2012040979|
Book One Chapter I. Charter of the United Nations and Statute of the International Court of Justice Chapter II. Law of treaties Chapter III. Subjects of international law States International organizations Chapter IV. Diplomatic and consular relations Chapter V. International responsibility Chapter VI. Peaceful settlement of international disputes.
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"Armed Political Organizations Armed political organizations book the vital but neglected topic of armed groups' participation in the political process. By focusing on a mix of internal organizational, political, and structural factors, Berti offers an informed and compelling explanation of the behavior of hybrid groups and counters the flawed argument that Armed political organizations book participation necessarily moderates a group's Cited by: Many armed-political movements such as Hezbollah, Hamas, and the Irish Republican Army (IRA) have their roots in insurrection and rebellion.
In Armed Political Organizations, Benedetta Berti seeks to understand when and why violent actors Armed political organizations book a political organization choose to vote rather than bomb their way to legitimacy.
Berti argues that the Brand: Johns Hopkins University Press. This book provides an in-depth analysis of the political evolution of prominent armed political organizations like Hamas, Hezbollah and the IRA.
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[Benedetta Berti] -- Many armed-political movements such as Hezbollah, Hamas, and the Irish Republican Army (IRA) have their roots in insurrection and rebellion. The author seeks to understand when and why violent actors. Many armed-political movements such as Hezbollah, Hamas, and the Irish Republican Army (IRA) have their roots in insurrection and rebellion.
In Armed. "Armed Political Organizations tackles the vital but neglected topic of armed groups' participation in the political process. By focusing on a mix of internal organizational, political, and structural factors, Berti offers an informed and compelling explanation of the behavior of hybrid groups and counters the flawed argument that political participation necessarily moderates a group's.
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Berti is a research fellow at the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) and a lecturer at Tel Aviv University. The book investigates the inner workings of three organizations: Hezbollah, Hamas, and the Irish Republican Army. Berti is the author of four books, including Armed Political Organizations.
From Conflict to Integration (Johns Hopkins University Press, ) and her work and research have appeared, among others, in Al-Jazeera, Foreign Policy, Foreign.
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Yet these critiques and conceptual arguments do not provide a simple way to measure and compare state-group interactions. the Department of Defense and other new organizations necessary to manage the threats of a new global order.
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Recently, Dr. Berti authored Armed Political Organizations: From Conflict to Integration (Johns Hopkins University Press, ) and edited with Kristina Mikulov á and Nicu Popescu of Democratization in EU Foreign Policy: New Member States as Drivers of Democracy Promotion (Routledge, ).
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As world attention was drawn to the Middle East, so were several excellent books. Benedetta Berti wrote, Armed Political Organizations: from Conflict to Integration (Johns Hopkins University Press, ).
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