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"Joanna Spear and Paul Williams have produced an excellent book: comprehensive, wise, and sophisticated. It deserves to be widely read, not only by students but by all those with an interest in the vital issues it raises." -- Mats Berdal, professor, Department of War Studies, King's College London



"This is a very interesting book. Joanna Spear and Paul Williams have taken a very current and relevant area and taken a different approach in analyzing it [....] Overall, I would definitely recommend this book and it is the one that I will certainly use in the classroom. I think the arguments are presented in a very accessible and engaging style, I particularly liked the summary sections within each chapter by the editors and I feel that the innovative structure really provides an excellent way into a set of complex dilemmas." -- Journal of International Development

About the Author

Joanna Spear is director of the Security Policy Studies Program and an associate professor at the Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University. She is also an associate fellow at Chatham House in London.

Paul D. Williams is an associate professor at the Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University.

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