Mass Atrocities and the Strategic Logic of Non-State Actors

Moore, Jameson M.

While non-state actors play a larger and larger role in modern international politics, our understanding of these actors lags behind their importance. In particular, our understanding of the most violent non-state actors—those that commit mass atrocities in the context of internal conflicts or weak/failed states—is minimal, and many of their actions are still conceptualized as mere barbarism. In t... read more

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