Civil Wars: Causal Factors, Conflict Resolution and Global Consequences


Patricia Thomas (Editor)

Series: Global Political Studies
BISAC: POL040020

This book discusses research on civil wars. Chapter One focuses on conceptual and methodological grounding of the synergetic approach to mental immunity and mental security, describes their structural and functional features on the clinical model of the acquired mental immunodeficiency syndrome, and accentuates strategies of new resources provisions to ensure national security in today’s crisis-ridden reality. Chapter Two contributes to the discussion about the legal status of former slaves in the Post-Emancipation United States, analyzing the decades that followed the end of the Civil War, the release of the slaves and the thirteenth, fourth and fifth Amendments to the Constitution. Chapter Three reviews the case of Madagascar under the 3rd Republic. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Epidemics of Mental Immunodeficiency as a Predictor of the Civil War
Pavel I. Sidorov (Northern State Medical University, Arkhangelsk, Russia)

Chapter 2. Constitutionalism in Post-Civil War: Integration of Former Slaves and the Concepts of Individual and Citizen in the Constitution of Virginia, 1902
Lara Taline dos Santos (Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR), Brazil)

Chapter 3. From the Failure to Consolidate Democracy to the Recurrence of Violent Political Conflicts: The Case of Madagascar under the Third Republic (1992-2009)
Adrien M. Ratsimbaharison (Professor of Political Science, Benedict College, Columbia, SC, USA)


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