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Introduction: The Motives of States

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Abstract

In every society the nature of conflict, and the issues over which it arises, depends above all on the motives of its members: their dominant aims and aspirations. In examining the forms of conflict in the modern world, therefore, our first task must be to look at the motives of states and the way these are acquired.

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International Society Foreign Policy Coercive Power National Situation Foreign Office 
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© Evan Luard 1988

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