Chapter 5: Framing International Relations - The Role of Laws and Organizations


The armed intervention is a success, at first. Peacekeeping forces take the Kabite army by surprise and rapidly take control of key positions throughout Kabi. However, the international community is in outcry. Though there are some who laud our quick action, the overwhelming response sees this as a gross violation of sovereignty.

Soon, our forces become bogged down before a Security Council ultimatum forces our peacekeepers out from Kabi. Violence erupts in the resulting vacuum as the nation dissolves into civil war. Within 6 month tens of thousands have died, and hundred of thousands have been displaced, flooding Songhai and our neighbors with refugees.

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