chapter  5
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International relations, intervention/non-intervention and national self-determination

In recent decades, students of international theory have tended to regard the younger Mill as the originator and exponent par excellence of one of

the main versions of the theory of non-intervention. He is held to have made one of the most significant contributions to discussions on this subject, and his arguments are considered to be relevant to contemporary debates (cf. Mayall 1991).