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In his analysis of the main sources of conflict in these clashes he singles out the Islamic civilization as the greatest destabilizer. The situation following the conflict in SE Asia contrasted starkly to that of today, particularly where it concerned the remnants of wars, whether toxic, explosive, or physical. The second and third reports also proposed draft principles for consideration by the ILC and governments. In America, the Dominicans, who had gained their independence a few years before, asked to be annexed back to Spain. In some situations, hazardous substances have been abandoned by parties to armed conflict when leaving combat zones.
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Permissions Icon Permissions. Abstract For much of the post-Soviet era there was a widespread belief that improving capabilities required for dealing with local small wars and insurgencies was the central focus of Russian military reforms. Issue Section:. You do not currently have access to this article.
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The danger is that states will boost their military spending to prepare for eventual clashes with rivals. It is therefore urgent to develop diplomatic and legal structures through which such conflicts can be mediated without bloodshed. Skip to content For hundreds of years, wars have been conducted to obtain access to scarce resources such as land, water or minerals.