|Title||Political economy of statebuilding : Power after peace|
|Author||edited by Mats Berdal and Dominik Zaum|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2013|
|Descript||xxviii, 388p. : maps ; 24 cm|
Power after peace. -- Statebuilding and the limits of constitutional design. -- Elections and post-conflict political development. -- Transition from war to peace: stratification, inequality and post-war economic reconstruction. -- Private and public interests: informal actors, informal influence, and economic order after war. -- Statebuilding and corruption: a political economy perspective. -- Statebuilding and the political economy of the extractive industries in post-conflict states. -- The United nations and international statebuilding after the Cold War. -- The IFIs and post-conflict political economy. -- Regional approaches to statebuilding I: the European Union. -- Regional approaches to statebuilding II: the African Union and ECOWAS. -- Back to the future: the failure to reform the post-war political economy of Iraq. -- Building a state and 'statebuilding': East Timor and the UN, 1999-2012. -- The political economy of statebuilding in Kosovo. -- From new dawn to quicksand: the political economy of statebuilding in Afghanistan. -- The political economy of statebuilding in Burundi. -- The political economy of the comprehensive peace agreement in Sudan. -- The political economy of statebuilding in Haiti: informal resistance to security-first statebuilding. -- Georgia and the political economy of statebuilding. -- How the EU and the US stopped a war and nobody noticed: the containment of the Macedonian conflict and EU soft power.
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