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'New Wars': the Sierra Leone Case
Unformatted Document Text:  Translated by Judy Rein and Marcial Godoy-Anativia. Kaldor, Mary 1999, 2007. New and Old Wars, Stanford: Stanford University Press. Kalyvas, Stathis 2001. “‘New’ and ‘Old’ Civil Wars. A Valid Distinction?” World Politics 54: 99-118. Landsman, Stephan 1996. “Alternative Responses to Serious Human Rights Abuses: Of Prosecution and Truth Commissions,” Law and Contemporary Problems, 59(4): 81-92. Lewis-Herman, Judith 1992. Trauma and Recovery, United States: Basic Books. Mingst, Karen 2004. Essentials of International Relations, New York: WW Norton & Company. Rosenblum, Nancy L. 2002. “Justice and the Experience of Injustice” in Minow, Martha, ed. Breaking the Cycles of Hatred,” 77-106, Princeton: Princeton University Press. Shearer, David 1998. “Outsourcing War,” Foreign Policy, 112 (Autumn): 68-81. Singer, P.W. 1998. “Corporate Warriors: The Rise of the Privatized Military Industry and Its Ramifications for International Security,” International Security, 26(3): 186-220. Stover, Eric and Harvey M. Weinstein, eds. 2004. My Neighbor, My Enemy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Teitel, Ruti G. 2000. Transitional Justice, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Tesón, Fernando R. “The liberal case for humanitarian intervention,” in Holzgref, J.L. and Robert O. Keohane, Humanitarian Intervention, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 93-129. 27

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Translated by Judy Rein and Marcial Godoy-Anativia.
Kaldor, Mary 1999, 2007. New and Old Wars, Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Kalyvas, Stathis 2001. “‘New’ and ‘Old’ Civil Wars. A Valid Distinction?” World
Politics 54: 99-118.
Landsman, Stephan 1996. “Alternative Responses to Serious Human Rights
Abuses: Of Prosecution and Truth Commissions,” Law and Contemporary
Problems
, 59(4): 81-92.
Lewis-Herman, Judith 1992. Trauma and Recovery, United States: Basic Books.
Mingst, Karen 2004. Essentials of International Relations, New York: WW
Norton & Company.
Rosenblum, Nancy L. 2002. “Justice and the Experience of Injustice” in Minow,
Martha, ed. Breaking the Cycles of Hatred,” 77-106, Princeton: Princeton
University Press.
Shearer, David 1998. “Outsourcing War,” Foreign Policy, 112 (Autumn): 68-81.
Singer, P.W. 1998. “Corporate Warriors: The Rise of the Privatized Military
Industry and Its Ramifications for International Security,” International
Security
, 26(3): 186-220.
Stover, Eric and Harvey M. Weinstein, eds. 2004. My Neighbor, My Enemy.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Teitel, Ruti G. 2000. Transitional Justice, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Tesón, Fernando R. “The liberal case for humanitarian intervention,” in Holzgref,
J.L. and Robert O. Keohane, Humanitarian Intervention, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 93-129.
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