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Additional Information Abstract A central question in civil war research is how state sponsorship, overseas funding, involvement in illicit economics, and access to lootable resources affect the behavior and organization of insurgent groups. Existing research has not arrived at any consensus, as resource wealth is portrayed as a cause of both undisciplined predation and military resilience.
A social-institutional theory explains why similar resource wealth can be associated with such different outcomes. The theory argues that the social networks on which insurgent groups are built create different types of organizations with differing abilities to control resource flows.
There is no single effect of resource wealth: A detailed comparative study of armed groups in the insurgency in Kashmir supports this argument.
A number of indigenous Kashmiri insurgent organizations received substantial funding, training, and support from Paki-stan from tobut they varied in their discipline and internal control.
Preexisting networks determined how armed organizations were built and how material resources were used. Evidence from other South Asian wars shows that this is a broader pattern.
Scholars of civil conflict should therefore explore the social and organizational processes of war in their research. If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE, click 'Authenticate'.
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Paul Staniland The University of Chicago [email protected] Prof. John Mearsheimer. Assistant Professor Department of Political Science and the College. Paul Staniland’s research focuses on insurgency and ethnic conflict, particularly in South Asia.
His dissertation studied the origins of cohesion and factionalization in . Belfer Center names fellows for Gazette writer Gewertz dies at Paul Staniland is a Ph.D.
candidate in the Department of Political Science and member of the Security Studies Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Her dissertation analyzes variation in paramilitary groups’ postwar trajectories and ex.