Domestic Instability and Security Communities

@inproceedings{Nathan2006DomesticIA,
  title={Domestic Instability and Security Communities},
  author={Laurie Nathan},
  year={2006}
}
The problem of political instability is neglected in the literature on security communities. In this article I argue that domestic stability, defined as the absence of large-scale violence in a country, is a necessary condition of these communities. Domestic violence precludes the existence of security communities because it renders people and states insecure; it creates the risk of cross-border destabilization and violence; and it generates uncertainty and tension among states, inhibiting… CONTINUE READING