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Externalizing the burden of war: the Obama Doctrine and US foreign policy in the Middle East
In the aftermath of the Arab Spring the Middle East has plunged into a state of instability. The United States has responded to these rising insecurities in a region of strategic importance withExpand
The Sage Encyclopedia of Political Behavior
Motivations for Humanitarian intervention: Theoretical and Empirical Considerations
  • A. Krieg
  • Political Science
  • 4 September 2012
Introduction. - 1.The Legal and Moral Legitimacy of Intervention.- 1.1 The Impact of Globalization on the International State System.- 1.2. Intervention in International Law since 1945.- 1.3. TheExpand
Divided Gulf: The Anatomy of a Crisis
The Legal and Moral Legitimacy of Intervention
This chapter gives a comprehensive introduction to the background against which the concept of humanitarian intervention has to be understood. Outlining the evolution of the international stateExpand
National Interests and Altruism in Humanitarian Intervention
In the following chapter I will discuss in detail how realist and cosmopolitan theories approach the motivation for humanitarian intervention. The first sub-chapter will clarify why and to whatExpand
Cyanide poisoning from metal cleaning solutions.
Two patients received specific therapy and recovered completely after a dramatic sequence of sudden collapse and severe cardiovascular compromise from accidental ingestion of an imported metal cleaning solution used by some Southeast Asians for shining coins. Expand
Race, Adolescent Binge Drinking, and the Context of Neighborhood Exposure
It is found that neighborhood advantage and racial composition have moderating effects on binge drinking; black youths’ chances of binge drinking are significantly lower than whites’ odds in highly advantaged neighborhoods, and Hispanics living in racially integrated neighborhoods have significantly lower odds of binge Drinking. Expand