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Recovering from Civil Conflict
Reconciliation, Peace and Development





ISBN 9780714682679
Published July 30, 2002 by Routledge
240 Pages

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A number of international contributors emphasize the conceptual and practical challenges facing post-conflict societies and the international community in the management of the transition from civil conflict to peaceful coexistence.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction: Recovering from Civil Conflict, Edward Newman, Albrecht Schnabel; Chapter 2 Post-Conflict Peacebuilding and Second-Generation Preventive Action, Albrecht Schnabel; Chapter 3 ‘Transitional Justice’: The Impact of Transnational Norms and the UN, Edward Newman; Chapter 4 The UN, Peacekeeping and Collective Human Security: From An Agenda for Peace to the Brahimi Report, Sorpong Peou; Chapter 5 On the Challenges and Achievements of Reforming UN Peace Operations, Jean-Marie GuéHenno; Chapter 6 World Bank, NGOs and the Private Sector in Post-War Reconstruction, Vesna Bojici?-Dzelilovi?; Chapter 7 Peace Operations Finance and the Political Economy of a Way Out, Jean Daudelin, Lee J.M. Seymour; Chapter 8 Post-Conflict Elections: Constraints and Dangers, Benjamin Reilly; Chapter 9 Current International Civil Administration: The Need for Political Legitimacy, Sally Morphet; Chapter 10 Refugees and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: A Critical Perspective, B.S. Chimni; Chapter 11 Demobilization, Reintegration and Peacebuilding in Africa, Kees Kingma; Chapter 12 Building Peace after Mass Crimes, Béatrice Pouligny;

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Biography

Edward Newman, Albrecht Schnabel

Reviews

'A detailed and comprehensive reflection upon the major theoretical and practical challenges confronting countries which are emerging from civil conflict; and the policies and forms of intervention, by the international community, which would strengthen processes of reconciliation, peace and development.' - Development Resources Review