Battle of Two Logics
Appropriateness and Consequentiality in Russian Interventions in Georgia
This article investigates two logics that govern the behavior of organizational actors – the logic of appropriateness and the logic of expected consequences – and uses them to explain the causes and motivations behind third-party military interventions in the domestic affairs of other states. The article analyzes Russian interventions in Georgian from 1992 to 2008.
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