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Reference: Anke Hoeffler, Fragile States and Conflict Recurrence In J.Joseph Hewitt ed., Jonathan Wilkenfield ed., Ted Robert Gurr ed. (2009). Peace and Conflict 2010. Paradigm Publishers.Citable link to this page:


Fragile States and Conflict Recurrence.

Abstract: About 1bn people live in failing states. Their lives are plagued by insecurity and poverty.Failing states are marginalized and if current trends continue they will be lagging even furtherbehind in the future; trapped in a vicious cycle of underdevelopment and violent conflict.Thus, the definition of state failure focuses on two main aspects: failure to provide securityand the failure to provide economic opportunities. State failure is costly in human andeconomic terms. It imposes costs not only to the citizens of their own state but even highercosts to other states in the region. Turning around failed states is an enormous challenge.Ultimately, the change has to come from within the country but the chapter also discusseswhat the international community can do to assist.

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Autor: Anke Hoeffler - - - - Bibliographic Details Host: Peace and Conflict 2010 see more from them - Identifiers Urn: uuid:441ae382-b2f



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