Civil War, Development and Economic Globalisation

  • David Maher
Part of the Rethinking Political Violence book series (RPV)


This Chapter provides an introduction to the book, detailing the progress of security and development studies during the 1990s and 2000s. The core topic area that the book investigates – namely, the economic consequences of civil war – is then introduced. The idea that civil wars inevitably lead to economic decline, a pervasive assumption within the relevant literature, is challenged and this chapter asks an uneasy question: ‘Can violence in civil wars facilitate economic development and integration into the global economy?’ This chapter then discusses key concepts (namely, globalisation, civil war and economic development) and discusses a critical theoretical framework for studying security and development. Methods (particularly process tracing) are also outlined.


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