№ 1, 2013
Studying intervention as a special form of foreign military intrusion into domestic affairs of independent states remains a comparatively new topic for the Russian science. Despite the fact that certain cases of such intervention were reflected in the research literature, it is still hard today to talk about the existence of general theory that is capable of explaining inherent features of such operations. Trying to at least partly fill the existing gap, A.Ivanov employs methodological results of conflictology in order to identify key characteristics of intervention that make it different from other forms of interstate confrontation.
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