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Research Handbook on Post-Conflict State Building

Research Handbook on Post-Conflict State Building

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Research Handbook on Post-Conflict State Building

International Law Series

Edited by Paul R. Williams, Rebecca I. Grazier Professor of Law and International Relations,American University, Founder of the Public International Law & Policy Group and Milena Sterio, Charles R. Emrick Jr. – Calfee Halter & Griswold Professor of Law, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University, US

ISBN: 978 1 78897 163 8
Publicado: 2020
Páginas: 496

As a conflict ends and the parties begin working towards a durable peace, practitioners and peacebuilders are faced with the thrilling possibilities and challenges of building new or reformed political, security, judicial, social, and economic structures. This Handbook analyzes these elements of post-conflict state building through the lens of international law, which provides a framework through which the authors contextualize and examine the many facets of state building in relation to the legal norms, processes, and procedures that guide such efforts across the globe. The volume aims to provide not only an introduction to and explanation of prominent topics in state building, but also a perceptive analysis that augments ongoing conversations among researchers, lawyers, and advocates engaged in the field.

CONTENIDO

Preface

Introduction: The Various Facets of Statebuilding
Paul R. Williams and Milena Sterio

Part I: Political Infrastructure
1. Post-Conflict Constitution-Making
Darin E.W. Johnson
2. Electoral Law and Electoral Reform
Jonathan P. Worboys
3. Vetting the Public Sector
Betsy Popken

Part II: Social Infrastructure
4. Social Cohesion and Inclusivity
Milena Sterio and Jessica C. Levy
5. Civil Society
Margaux J. Day and Christopher D. Kreutzner
6. Free and Independent Media
Paul R. Williams and Sophie Pearlman

Part III: Security Infrastructure
7. Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration
Christopher M. Goebel and Jessica C. Levy
8. Security Sector Reform
Robert M. Perito

Part IV: Legacies of the Conflict
9. Transitional Justice
Marieke de Hoon
10. Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons
Yvonne M. Dutton
11. Property Disputes and Restitution
Sandra L. Hodgkinson
12. Reparations for Victims
Brianne McGonigle Leyh

Part V: Rule of Law
13. Judicial Reform and Rebuilding
Jennifer Trahan
14. Human Rights
Milena Sterio
15. Minority Protections
Nikhil Narayan

Part VI: Development
16. Humanitarian Action
Elisabeth Dallas and Tyler Beckelman
17. Re-establishing and Reforming the Economy
Sârra-Tilila Bounfour
18. Fiscal Arrangements
Margaux J. Day

Part VII: Case Studies
19. Guatemala: An Unfulfilled Promise
Donald J. Planty
20. Brčko: Exemplar or Outlier?
Andrew C. Mann
21. Kosovo: A Hybrid Negative Peace
Gëzim Visoka
22. Afghanistan: Missteps in Reconstruction
Richard Kraemer
23. Iraq: Seeking Stability after Saddam
Darin E.W. Johnson
24. Libya: Unforeseen Complexities
Roland Friedrich and Francesca Jannotti Pecci

Contributors:

Edited by Paul R. Williams, Rebecca I. Grazier Professor of Law and International Relations,American University, Founder of the Public International Law & Policy Group and Milena Sterio, Charles R. Emrick Jr. – Calfee Halter & Griswold Professor of Law, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University, US

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