Table of contents for State sovereignity and intervention : a discourse analysis of interventionary and non-interventionary practices in Kosovo and Algeria / Helle Malmvig.

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INTRODUCTION	6
CHAPTER I SOVEREIGNTY AS DISCOURSE	20
From reality to discourse	21
Receptions	29
Three works on sovereignty	33
Walker and Bartelson, Deconstructing a discipline, deconstructing its core concepts	34
From deconstruction to construction	43
Sovereignty/intervention	50
From contingency in time to contingency in time and space	57
CHAPTER II ANALYTICAL STRATEGIES	60
From positivist methodology to analytical strategy	60
Case selection and comparison	64
Diachronic strategy	72
Synchronic strategy	83
Reading-strategies and text selection	92
CHAPTER III FROM OBJECT OF OBSERVATION TO OBJECT OF 
INTERVENTION	101
The constitution and reproduction of an object of observation	103
Bringing transparency	104
Entering Violence: moving from object of observation to object of problematisation	116
The stabilization of an international problem	119
From national to international: Drawing a line in water	120
Ethnic cleansing or ethnic war?	125
The incommensurability of dialogue and ethnic cleansing, strikes and ethnic war	131
On the verge of a humanitarian catastrophe? A short deviation	137
Legitimizing Humanitarian Intervention	143
The end of a humanitarian catastrophe and the beginning of war	147
Enforced negotiations: The constitution of responsibility	151
A short Conclusion: the constitution of an object of intervention	155
CHAPTER IV SOVEREIGNTY AND INTERVENTION	158
Speaking from the inside: This is not an intervention	159
How sovereignty was violated by Milosevic	160
A battle over truth	165
The constitution of a Yugoslavian community	173
The conditions of a Yugoslavian community	182
Sovereignty from inside, a summary	187
Speaking from the outside: This is an intervention, but?.	188
How NATO violated the sovereignty of FRY	188
The constitution of an international community	196
The conditions of the international community	200
A preliminary conclusion	203
CHAPTER V FROM OBJECT OF CONCERN TO OBJECT OF NON-
INTERVENTION	206
Algeria as an object of concern: from democracy to Islamic terrorism	208
The democratic dilemma: a move towards or away from democracy?	209
The Islamic threat: a dangerous cocktail of terrorism and fundamentalism	215
Between domestic and foreign, Algeria and France	223
Tensions and contradictions: insolvable dichotomies and hopeless alternatives	228
On the verge of civil war	236
The emergence of a third front and the dissolution of a dichotomy	237
A step towards democracy and peace?	244
The emergence of an international problem	247
The Problem: ?Who Kills?? Silence and truth	249
This is our responsibility: This is us?	255
A short Conclusion: the constitution of an object of non-intervention	261
CHAPTER VI SOVEREIGNTY AND NON-INTERVENTION	264
We cannot intervene: Producing violation and non-violation	266
An indefinite boundary	267
From intervention to help	271
The constitution of an Algerian community	280
Conditions of possibility	288
A preliminary conclusion	293
CHAPTER VII CONTRASTING CONSTITUTIONS	295
Diachronic comparison: Murky conflict and lucid genocide	296
Synchronic comparison: Sovereignties	308
CHAPTER VIII SOVEREIGNTY INTERVENED	321
Bibliography	336

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sovereignty -- Case studies.
Intervention (International law) -- Case studies.
Kosovo (Serbia) -- History -- 1980-.
Kosovo (Serbia) -- Politics and government -- 1980-.
Algeria -- History -- 1990-.
Algeria -- Politics and government -- 1990-.