What factors influence the likelihood of military intervention in third world politics?

Military interference in third world politics.
Asked Aug 23, 2010
Military intervention is a likelyhood within politically unstable countries, across borders where unresolved religious, ethnic and historical issues exist and where a country is considered by the international community to be an exceptional threat to peace and stability.
Answered Aug 23, 2010

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