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Why Do States Fragment and Break Apart?

An Historical Sociology of Eight Cases (Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century)

Why Do States Fragment and Break Apart? by Jieli Li
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This comparative analysis demonstrates how state fragmentation results from a causal chain of geopolitical strains, resource shortfalls, intra-elite conflict, and the deficiency of a central government’s coercive capability to hold the society together. The emergence process of new sovereign states is also discussed.
The Edwin Mellen Press; February 2010
297 pages; ISBN 9780773430075
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Title: Why Do States Fragment and Break Apart?
Author: Jieli Li