Proportionality – a Gap in International Conflict Theory - The FMA
The reason: in war theory we often discuss proportionality with regards to over-reacting. We value proportionality to prevent the escalation of small conflicts into larger ones. However, in the interactions between state actors, societies, individuals, and non-state actors, crises can have problems of proportionality both in regards to being too large and too small. The Curious Case of Behavioural Finance. Proportionality a Gap in International Conflict Theory.
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