By C. Avril [FRENCH]
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For this system includes multiple types of actors, who negotiate relationships between themselves in different ways. Indeed, there are at least two ideal types (or poles on a continuum) of these complexes, as described in the previous chapter: 1. 2. Strategic-Commercial Complexes are networks of great power states, military alliances and commercial companies. They are shaped largely by the interests of a privileged few, in which militarized and securitized public bodies contract out significant authority to commercial contractors.
By demanding a maximalist position and daring other countries to join, Canada, the ICBL and the other middle powers created a game with strong incentives for countries to accept the treaty to avoid international stigmatization and domestic public opinion backlash. Unlike the CCW, the ‘Ottawa Process’, as the Canadian-led negotiations came to be known, encouraged the involvement of NGOs and the ICRC at each stage of the process. The ICBL and ICRC, the main drafters of the treaty, were represented in the negotiating chamber and many countries (especially middle powers) incorporated mine ban campaign NGOs into their national delegations.
The intervening great power had access to the massive use of firepower and airpower; super-sophisticated technology in guidance systems, communications and processing intelligence; and mastery of media management and broadcast propaganda. 95 While local factions often engaged in widespread mining (such as Iraqi mining of Kuwait or Serb-laid minefields in Kosovo) or the use of IEDs, in these postmodern wars, the employment of staggering amounts of air-dropped or artillery munitions by the intervening great power left considerable UXO contamination, especially of cluster bomblets (such as in Chechnya,96 Kosovo,97 Afghanistan,98 Iraq,99 Lebanon100 and Georgia101).