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International Intervention in a World of 'Fragile' States
‘Fragile’ states are dangerous, we are told, not only to the well-being of their citizens but to the security of the world at large. These are places where violence, poverty, and disease are prevalent and where the state lacks the will or capacity to contain them. ‘Fragile’ states are thus framed as objects to fix, and almost invariably experience external intervention, whether through peacekeeping or stabilisation operations, military occupation, state-building projects, or international development assistance.

In this masterclass, we will consider how such interventions look to people living in ‘fragile’ states, exploring the ways that they are often seen to perpetuate the threats they purport to diminish.

This class is delivered as part of CISS6006 ‘Fragile’ States and State-Building – a unit of study offered through the Master of International Relations and the Master of International Securities.

Nov 12, 2020 05:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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