…loopholes closed. The lessons they learned include: work with communities; build on existing community leadership and coordination structures; and, from the very beginning, manage the crisis through the lens of…
…of its domestic nature, it also became an international project and one with formidable ambitions: ending war, conflict or crisis by reconfiguring the state order. This model attracted international attention,…
…at the intersection of comparative politics and international relations, and her interests include comparative regional law and organisations in the Global South, state sovereignty and international interventions, and transitional justice….
…on evidence-based approaches that work along linear cause-effect relationships, combined with a strong commitment deeply embedded in liberal peacebuilding to inclusion. The recent HMG ‘Building Stability Overseas Strategy’, for example,…
…outlining principles and modalities for negotiations aimed at enabling talks; 38 providing for specific substantive commitments aiming to achieve peace; and 9 providing for implementation or renewal of previous commitments….
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