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Letter from the Editor
Welcome to the second issue of Volume 33 of the Cambridge Review of International Affairs. This issue presents a varied of perspectives into the organization of world politics. The first fourExpand
Are Military Interventions Inevitably Doomed to Backfire?
There are several forms of military intervention: regime change, ‘humanitarian’ intervention, and peacekeeping, amongst others. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union (1991), the number ofExpand
Was NATO’s decision to militarily intervene in the Kosovo War a ‘last resort’?
The justification for the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation’s (NATO) decision to militarily intervene in the Kosovo War (1998-99), otherwise known as Operation Allied Force (OAF), is a popularExpand
Letter from the Editors
We are pleased to present the sixth issue of Volume 33 of the Cambridge Review of International Affairs. The present issue consists, first, of a Special Section on Hybrid Warfare. We thank Andrew M...