This 2004 book explores the challenge of rehabilitating countries after civil wars.
COVER HALF-TITLE TITLE COPYRIGHT DEDICATION CONTENTS FIGURES PREFACE INTRODUCTION The Argument of This Book Bridging Theory and Practice Organization of the Book PART I FOUNDATIONS 1 The Origins of Peacebuilding The Cold War's End and the Rise of Peacebuilding The Agents of Peacebuilding United Nations Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe European Union North Atlantic Treaty Organization Organization of American States Bretton Woods Institutions National Development Agencies International Nongovernmental Organizations Liberalization as an All-Purpose Elixir Appendix to Chapter 1 The Terminology of Peace Operations 2 The Liberal Peace Thesis Unanswered Questions The Disappearing Leviathan PART II THE PEACEBUILDING RECORD 3 Introduction to the Case Studies Case Study Guidelines Case Selection 4 Angola and Rwanda Angola Rwanda Conclusion 5 Cambodia and Liberia Cambodia Liberia Conclusion 6 Bosnia and Croatia Bosnia Croatia Conclusion 7 Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Guatemala Nicaragua El Salvador Guatemala Conclusion 8 Namibia and Mozambique Namibia Mozambique Conclusion PART III PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS 9 The Limits of Wilsonianism Learning from the Case Studies The Paradoxical Logic of Market Democracy: Peace Through Conflict The Pathologies of Liberalization Bad Civil Society Ethnic Entrepreneurs Elections as Focal Points for Harmful Competition Saboteurs and Failed Transitions The Dangers of Economic Liberalization The Vulnerability of War-Shattered States Intense Societal Conflicts Weak Conflict Dampeners Ineffective Political Institutions The Faulty Assumptions of Wilsonianism 10 Toward More Effective Peacebuilding. Alternatives to Wilsonianism Rethinking the Wilsonian Approach to Peacebuilding Institutionalization Before Liberalization Wait Until Conditions Are Ripe for Elections Design Electoral Systems That Reward Moderation Promote Good Civil Society Control Hate Speech Adopt Conflict-Reducing Economic Policies The Common Denominator: Rebuild Effective State Institutions Possible Criticisms of IBL The Endless-Mission Critique The Culture-of-Dependency Critique The Excessive-Costs Critique Conclusion 11 Lessons Learned and Not Learned Kosovo East Timor Sierra Leone Backsliding in Afghanistan The Challenges Ahead Better Coordination of Peacebuilding Agencies The Requirement of Political Support Conclusion Conclusion BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX.
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