9 Va. J. Int'l L. 205 (1968-1969)
The Control of Foreign Intervention in Internal Conflict

handle is hein.journals/vajint9 and id is 211 raw text is: THE VIRGINIA JOURNAL OF
INTERNATIONAL LAW
VOLUME 9                  MAY 1969                 NUMBER 2
The Control of Foreign Intervention
in Internal Conflict
JOHN NORTON MOORE **
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
I. J)ELInITATION OF THE PROBLEM ................       209
A. INTERVENTION IN INTERNAL CONFLICT AS A MAJOR
PUBLIC  ORDER  CONCERN  . ...................... .............. 209
B. SOME INTELLECTUAL TRAPS IN THEORIZING ABOUT
INTERVENTION  .................    ..... .  212
1. TERMINOLOGICAL CONFUSION .........          212
2. THE CONTEXTUAL FALLACY ...................  217
C. THE OUTLINES OF A POLICY RESPONSIVE APPROACH    219
1. THE PROBLEM FOR STUDY   .......       .     219
2. THE METHODOLOGY ............... .   ..     221
II. THE PROCESSES OF INTRASTATE CHANGE, EXTERNAL INTER-
FERENCE, AND DECISION AS CONTEXT             223
A. THE PROCESS OF INTRASTATE CHANGE   ....  ..     223
B. THE PROCESS OF EXTERNAL INTERFERENCE: SOME SYS-
TEMIC FACTORS ............ ..                230
C. THE ORGANIZATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL
PROCESS TO RESPOND TO CLAIMS OF INTERVENTION 240
III. THE BASIC COMMUNITY POLICIES AT STAKE IN INTERVEN-
TION  .................. ... .....           246
A. SELF-DETERMINATION                              247
1. ITS REFERENT ........                       247
2. THE SCOPE OF PEOPLES TO WHOM IT Is APPLIED:
THE PROBLEM OF DEFINING SELF               248
3. THE PROBLEM OF DETERMINATION                249
* I am indebted to Hardy C. Dillard, Rosalyn Higgins, Myres S. McDougal
and W. Michael Reisman for their many helpful suggestions on an earlier draft
of this essay. My work on this essay was also materially assisted by a summer
research grant from the University of Virginia Law School Foundation. Re-
sponsi'bility for the *iews expressed, however, is my own.
** Professor of Law and Director of the Graduate Program, The University
of Virginia School of Law.

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