Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:25    |    
    Introduction
  • 00:40    |    
    State failure process
    • Evolution of failed states
    • Stressors
    • Economic scarcity
      • Personal violence
      • Social violence
      • Refugees
  • 06:34.30000000000001    |    
    Inadequate government reforms
  • 07:32    |    
    Development of non-state groups
    • War
    • Civil war
    • Gangs
    • Rwanda genocide
    • Israel and Palestine
    • Mexican cartels
      • Sinaloa cartel
      • African and Palestinian situations
  • 19:07    |    
    Consequences of inadequate reforms
    • Better organized opposition
    • External intervention
      • Haiti
      • What can we do to solve the problems when there is so much corruption?
      • Cyprus
    • Why hasn't there been any intervention in Africa?
      • Somalia
      • Chinese intervention
  • 28:02    |    
    Failure to deal with stressors
    • Instability and chaos
    • Quasi-states
    • Reconfiguration into a different state
    • Poland
    • International interests
    • Would placing a government in Afghanistan bring stability in the long term?
    • Do failed states disappear?
    • Negative international intervention
      • Baltic states
      • Estonia
      • Nashi movement
  • 40:34.5    |    
    Security and defense
  • Treaty of Westphalia (1648)
  • 42:04    |    
    Defense
    • Motives
      • Territory
      • Resources and marketing
        • Lines of communications
        • Brazilian navy
    • Choke points
      • Gibraltar
      • Piracy
      • Laws for human rights
  • 50:16    |    
    Security
    • Organization of American States (OAS)
    • Democracy
    • Aggressors
    • Suicide bombers
    • Country borders
    • Motives
      • Political control
      • Violent processes
      • Total war
      • Acquiescence
    • Broad concept of security
    • What is the most effective way to face threats against security?
    • Anarchy in the world community
    • Modernization of the legal code
    • Italy
    • Security equation
    • Protection against common crime
      • Establishment of the rule of law
      • Effective police and prison systems
      • Police versus military
      • Civil efforts
  • 01:08:49    |    
    Final words
  • 01:09:51    |    
    Final credits


Seminar Unconventional Conflicts Precipitated by Non-State Actors (Day 1, Part II)

New Media  | 24 de junio de 2009  | Vistas: 9

About this video

Max Manwaring examines the process of state failure and the interference of non-state actors in the application of the law.  He explains that economic, political, social, moral, and even informational stressors create social unrest, which leads to personal and social violence. This situation often compells governments to create reforms that may not be the best solution to the problem.  He also comments on how this social havoc leads to the erosion of the rule of law and gives rise to a new type of government that only seeks personal benefits.  These internal situations often come to the attention of the international community, which as Manwaring explains, will only interfere if the interests of individual countries are threatened.  Finally, he discusses how security and defense affect a nation's internal interests, particularly social welfare.


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Credits

Seminar: Unconventional Conflicts Precipitated by Non-State Actors (Day 1, Part II)
Max Manwaring

Academic Building, A-406
Universidad Francisco Marroquín
Guatemala, June 24, 2009

New Media - UFM production.  Guatemala, June 2009.
Camera: Mario Estrada; digital editing: Adrián Méndez; index and synopsis: Sergio Bustamante; content revisers: Daphne Ortiz, Jennifer Keller; publication: Mario Pivaral / Carlos Petz



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