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Written in English

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ISBN 101423555767
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  As Samuel Huntington put it in The Soldier and the State: “The justification for the maintenance and employment of military force [or military forces, for that matter] is in the political ends of the state.” 2 In wartime or in peacetime, at home or abroad, the Armed Forces serve the larger society and perform the tasks their government as.   The second major theory claims that violence is the result of choices by individuals marginalised by a failed system. Proponents call for socio-economic reforms such as job creation for vulnerable communities, and undertake efforts to help rehabilitate individuals, fighting gangs through after-school activities, or reducing terrorist recruitment. refers to a coherent system of beliefs and values that lead people to form opinions on social, economic, and political questions. Define government refers to the institutions that have the authority to make rules that are binding on society. The –20 coronavirus pandemic has had far-reaching consequences beyond the spread of the COVID disease itself and efforts to quarantine it. As the SARS-CoV-2 virus has spread around the globe, concerns have shifted from supply-side manufacturing issues to decreased business in the services sector. The pandemic caused the largest global recession in history, .

Colombia - Essays on conflict, peace, and development (English) Abstract. A purpose of this book is to present recent World Bank analytical work on the causes of violence and conflict in Colombia, highlighting pilot lending programs oriented to promote peace and development. Children in the military are children (defined by the Convention on the Rights of the Child as people under the age of 18) who are associated with military organisations, such as state armed forces and non-state armed groups. Throughout history and in many cultures, children have been involved in military campaigns. For example, thousands of children participated on all sides of . Women and Sexual violence. There are multiple perpetrators of conflict-related gender-based violence and these may include members of government armed forces, paramilitary groups, non-State armed groups, peacekeeping personnel and civilians. owing to the breakdown of political, economic and social structures, high levels of violence and. Political pressure replaces the economic pressure of unemployment. 2. The fact that armaments are the backbone of the policy of fascist full employment has a profound influence upon that policy’s economic character. Large-scale armaments are inseparable from the expansion of the armed forces and the preparation of plans for a war of conquest.

Venezuela’s political and economic crisis since , however, has created a reverse flow, consisting largely of Colombians returning home. Forced displacement continues to be prevalent because of violence among guerrillas, paramilitary groups, and Colombian security forces. Afro-Colombian and indigenous populations are disproportionately. It argues for greater U.S. military attention to the development and application of strategic concepts built around strengthening governance, as the approach that is both appropriate to sensitivities and limitations regarding the employment of U.S. armed forces in Latin America, and as an effective bulwark against the cycle of criminality. Dr. Kleck also wrote in his book titled “Point Blank: Guns and Violence in America (Social Institutions and Social Change)” that burglars are more than three and a half times more likely to enter an occupied home in a gun control country than in the USA. Compare the 45% average rate of Great Britain, Canada and Netherlands with the % of.   The armed forces have been deployed to counter both internal and external threats to the nation from time to time. While external threats are still ‘visible’ in the form of adversarial nation states, hostile blocs or non-state actors, it is the abstract, dispersed and increasingly non-contextual nature of internal threats which poses a far greater challenge.