The Rise and Fall of the Nonintervention Norm: Some Correlates and Potential Consequences

Kegley, Jr., Charles W.
Raymond, Gregory A.
Hermann, Margaret G.

Volume 22, Issue 1. Winter/Spring The nonintervention norm has always been controversial but adherence to it has varied through history. The international community must evaluate the conditions under which a breach of the principle of nonintervention may be beneficial.

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