This exploration of a vital issue includes: "The International Relations of Internal War," G. Modelski; “Internal War as an International Event,” J. N. Rosenau; “Intervention in Internal War: Some Systemic Sources,” M. A. Kaplan; “International Settlement of Internal War,” G. Moclelski; “Internal Violence as an Instrument of Cold Warfare,” A. M. Scott; “The Limits of International Blocs, States, Coalitions, and Negotiating Programs,” K. W. Deutsch and M. A. Kaplan; “Janus Tormented: The International Law of Internal War,” H. A. Falk; “The Morality and Politics of Intervention,” M. Halpern; and “International Aspects of Internal War: A Working Paper,” J. N. Rosenau.
Originally published in 1964.
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