Public Support for Peacekeeping in Lebanon and Somalia: Assessing the Casualties Hypothesis
James Burk challenges the hypothesis that public support for peacekeeping missions vanishes once casualties are taken. He identifies logical problems with the underlying theory and shows that its empirical predictions are not supported in the critical cases of Lebanon and Somalia.
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