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'New Wars': the Sierra Leone Case
Unformatted Document Text:  Bibliography Amstutz, Mark R. 2005. The Healing of Nations: The Promise and Limits of Political Forgiveness, New York: Rowman & Littlefield. Avant, Deborah 2004. “Think Again: Mercenaries,” Foreign Policy, July/August. Avant, Deborah 2005. The Market for Force, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Barash, David P. and Charles P. Webel 2002. Peace and Conflict Studies, Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, Inc. Berdal, Mats 2003. “How ‘New’ Are ‘New Wars’? Global Economic Changes and the Study of War,” Global Governance, 9(4): 477-502. Borneman, John 2002. “Why Reconciliation? A Response to Critics,” Public Culture, 15(1): 199-208. Brzoska, Michael 2004. “‘New Wars’ Discourse in Germany,” Journal of Peace Research, 41(1): 107-117. Brubaker, Rogers and David Laitin 1998. “Ethnic and Nationalist Violence,” Annual Review of Sociology, 4: 423-452. Falk, Richard (2003) “What Future for the UN Charter System of War Prevention?” The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 97, No. 3 (July), 590-598. Fearon, James D. and David Laitin 2003. “Ethnicity, Insurgency, and Civil War,” American Political Science Review 97 (1): 75-90. Franck, Thomas M. 2003. “Interpretation and change in the law of humanitarian intervention,” in Holzgref, J.L. and Robert O. Keohane, Humanitarian Intervention, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 204-231. Freeman, Mark 2006. Truth Commissions and Procedural Fairness, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Holzgrefe, J. L. 2003. “The humanitarian intervention debate,” in Holzgref, J.L. and Robert O. Keohane, Humanitarian Intervention, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 15-52. Jelin, Elizabeth 2003. State Repression and the Labors of Memory. Minneapolis: Social Science Research Council, University of Minnesota Press. 26

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Bibliography
Amstutz, Mark R. 2005. The Healing of Nations: The Promise and Limits of Political
Forgiveness, New York: Rowman & Littlefield.
Avant, Deborah 2004. “Think Again: Mercenaries,” Foreign Policy, July/August.
Avant, Deborah 2005. The Market for Force, Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press.
Barash, David P. and Charles P. Webel 2002. Peace and Conflict Studies,
Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, Inc.
Berdal, Mats 2003. “How ‘New’ Are ‘New Wars’? Global Economic Changes and
the Study of War,” Global Governance, 9(4): 477-502.
Borneman, John 2002. “Why Reconciliation? A Response to Critics,” Public
Culture, 15(1): 199-208.
Brzoska, Michael 2004. “‘New Wars’ Discourse in Germany,” Journal of Peace
Research, 41(1): 107-117.
Brubaker, Rogers and David Laitin 1998. “Ethnic and Nationalist Violence,”
Annual Review of Sociology, 4: 423-452.
Falk, Richard (2003) “What Future for the UN Charter System of War
Prevention?” The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 97, No. 3
(July), 590-598.
Fearon, James D. and David Laitin 2003. “Ethnicity, Insurgency, and Civil War,”
American Political Science Review 97 (1): 75-90.
Franck, Thomas M. 2003. “Interpretation and change in the law of humanitarian
intervention,” in Holzgref, J.L. and Robert O. Keohane, Humanitarian
Intervention
, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 204-231.
Freeman, Mark 2006. Truth Commissions and Procedural Fairness, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press.
Holzgrefe, J. L. 2003. “The humanitarian intervention debate,” in Holzgref, J.L.
and Robert O. Keohane, Humanitarian Intervention, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 15-52.
Jelin, Elizabeth 2003. State Repression and the Labors of Memory. Minneapolis:
Social Science Research Council, University of Minnesota Press.
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