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4 WARFARE IN CIVIL WARS

@inproceedings{Kalyvas20054WI,
  title={4 WARFARE IN CIVIL WARS},
  author={S. Kalyvas},
  year={2005}
}
The aim of this chapter is threefold. First, I argue that the study of civil wars must incorporate a solid theoretical understanding of warfare; second, I introduce a distinction between three different types of civil war based on how they are fought and trace the origins of each type; third, I explore the effects of these types of warfare on the patterns of violence in civil wars. The purpose of the chapter is primarily conceptual and ‘theory-generating’ rather than ‘theory-testing… Expand

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