Journal Article - Quarterly Journal: International Security

Does the Noncombatant Immunity Norm Have Stopping Power? A Debate

| Fall 2020

Summary

Scott Sagan and Benjamin Valentino, and Charli Carpenter and Alexander Montgomery continue the debate on the power of noncombatant immunity norms, discuss how scholars should approach the study of these norms, and emphasize their shared objective to determine how security norms can be bolstered rather than undermined.

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For Academic Citation:

Scott D. Sagan, Benjamin A. Valentino, Charli Carpenter and Alexander H. Montgomery, "Does the Noncombatant Immunity Norm Have Stopping Power? A Debate," International Security, Vol. 45, No. 2 (Fall 2020), pp. 170-186,

The Authors

Scott Sagan