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This bibliography contains a list of reference material sourced in this book titled The Fragility of the 'Failed State' Paradigm. This list includes the names of the authors and their works cited and is in alphabetical order. This list includes the names of the authors and their works cited and is in alphabetical order. Neither attempts at state reconstruction in countries such as Afghanistan and Somalia on the legal basis of Chapter VII of the UN Charter nor economic liberalisation have addressed fundamental social and economic problems. This book investigates the weaknesses of the "failed state" paradigm as a long-term solution for international peace and security, arguing that the solution to the absence of effective government can be found only in an economic and social approach and a true universalisation of international law.

Keywords: 'failed state' paradigm; Afghanistan; effective government; international peace and security; Somalia



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