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Inside War by Fabio Armao

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Inside War
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Publisher: De Gruyter Open
ISBN/ASIN: 3110471191
ISBN-13: 9783110471199
Number of pages: 270

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Inside War argues that XXI century wars are products of the blurring of the public-private divide, induced by the end of the Cold War. As a consequence, internal and external factors are blurred and the border between war and crime is becoming ever more permeable and elusive.

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