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Reconstructing War-Torn Societies

Afganistan (Third World Quarterly (Palgrave Macmillan (Firm)).)

by Sultan Barakat

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Development economics,
  • International economics,
  • Peace studies,
  • Political economy,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Economic aspects,
  • History: World,
  • Afghanistan,
  • War,
  • Development - Economic Development,
  • Economic Conditions,
  • Business & Economics / Economic Conditions,
  • Business & Economics-Development - Economic Development,
  • Business & Economics-Economic Conditions,
  • History,
  • Political Science / Economic Conditions,
  • Economic assistance,
  • War on Terrorism, 2001-

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8399368M
    ISBN 101403920648
    ISBN 109781403920645

    rebuilding war-torn societies, improving their capacity and expertise. These objectives are pursued through a project which “brings together actors from local and national administrations, civil society groups, the private sector, community leaders, local and international NGOs, and external assistance partners in a consensus-. Since the Cold War, peace operations have become the core focus of many Western armed forces. In these operations, the division between civil and military responsibilities often rapidly blurs. Among policy makers and in military circles, a debate has erupted regarding the scope of the military in stabilizing and reconstructing war torn societies.

    Lucie Edwards is a Canadian diplomat, who worked in the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development from to , as the high commissioner to India, South Africa, Kenya and permanent representative to the United Nations Environmental program. She founded the Global Issues Bureau and served as assistant deputy minister for Corporate Services in : , Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. In what Naomi Klein and others have called “disaster capitalism,” perpetual war creates disasters, usually in the name of anti-terrorism, so that corporate actors can open new markets and opportunities for investment by strengthening “security” and reconstructing war-torn societies. 15 In other words, global capitalism’s twin.

    RECONSTRUCTING WAR-TORN SOCIETIES: AFGHANISTAN Guest Editor: Sultan Barakat Notes on Contributors Articles Setting the scene for Afghanistan's reconstruction: the challenges and critical dilemmas Sultan Barakat Theories, rhetoric and practice: recovering the capacities of war-tom societies Sultan Barakat & Margaret Chard Search text. Search type Research Explorer Website Staff directory. Alternatively, use our A–Z indexCited by:


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Reconstructing War-Torn Societies by Sultan Barakat Download PDF EPUB FB2

As international attention focuses on the rebuilding of Afghanistan, this collection looks critically at the evolution and meaning of the core concepts underpinning aims and strategies for recovery: the key role of institutional development and capacity building in establishing good governance, based on collaboration between state, civil society and market; the empirical consensus, over.

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Contents: Setting the scene for Afghanistan's reconstruction: the challenges and critical dilemmas / Sultan Barakat --Theories, rhetoric and practice: recovering the capacities of war-torn societies / Sultan Barakat and Margaret Chard --Aiding violence or building peace.

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Setting the scene for Afghanistan's reconstruction: the challenges and critical dilemmas / Sultan Barakat; Theories, rhetoric and practice: recovering the capacities of war-torn societies / Sultan Barakat and Margaret Chard.

The international community and state reconstruction in war-torn societies Article (PDF Available) in Conflict Security and Development Security & Development(3) Author: Robin Luckham.

Theories, rhetoric and practice: recovering the capacities of war-torn societies Research output: Contribution to journal › Article Setting the scene for Afghanistan's reconstruction: the challenges and critical dilemmas. It is also shown that, despite this understanding, operational practice continues to contradict these principles and lessons learned from proven experience.

Third World Quarterly: Reconstructing War-Torn Societies: Afghanistan (Hardcover). Kupte si knihu Reconstructing War-Torn Societies:: za nejlepší cenu se slevou. Podívejte se i na další z miliónů zahraničních. Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report International Organizations and Local Staff: The Case of Sarajevo Barakat, S., Jacoby, T.

& Kapisazovic, Z.,Jobs after war: a critical challenge in the peace and reconstruction struggle. Reconstructing War-Torn Societies: Afghanistan As international attention focuses on the rebuilding of Afghanistan, this collection looks critically at the evolution and meaning of the core concepts underpinning aims and strategies for recovery: the key role of institutional development and capacity building in establishing good Brand: Lesley Paints.English, Book edition: Reconstructing war-torn societies: Afghanistan / edited by Sultan Reconstructing war-torn societies: Afghanistan / edited by Sultan Barakat.

Also Titled. t Theories, Rhetoric and Practice: Recovering the Capacities of War-torn Societies t & Aiding Violence or Building Peace?. Reconstructing War-Torn Societies: Afghanistan As international attention focuses on the rebuilding of Afghanistan, this collection looks critically at the evolution and meaning of the core concepts underpinning aims and strategies for recovery: the key role of institutional development and capacity building in establishing good Brand: M.M.

Brownlow. societies emerging from complex political emergencies. Humanitarian actors must develop and implement specific forms of democratic stateness during the relief and development phases of reconstructing war-torn societies.

Longitudinal studies of the contributions of past humanitarian action towards “democratic stateness” in new and. "Rebuilding War-Torn States is that rare book that brilliantly combines the insights of an experienced practitioner with the disciplined argument of a meticulous researcher.

del Castillo distils lessons from the peacebuilding efforts in El Salvador, Kosovo, Afghanistan and by: 4. The War-torn Societies Project aimed to assist the international community and national and local actors to better understand and respond to the complex challenge of rebuilding war-torn societies in post-conflict situations.

According to panelists at a recent development forum in Ottawa on the reconstruction of war-torn societies, sponsored by IDRC and Canada's Department of. Reconstructing War-Torn Economies Page 2 THE RECONSTRUCTION OF WAR-TORN ECONOMIES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Issue to be Addressed This study, requested by USAID under CAER Task Order Number 6, asks what policies are needed, and in what order, to move a war-torn economy from devastation to a path of sustainable economic recovery.

In post-conflict environments, the peace achieved is often unstable, facing a wide range of risks which can force a return to violence. The immediate post-conflict stage can be a negative peace, in which whilst overt physical violence may have ended, other political, social, economic and cultural factors that adversely affect human opportunities and quality of life may.

J Alexander Thier was legal advisor to Afghanistan's Constitutional and he is writing a book about state-building and Afghanistan. His publications include Political and Institutional Reconstruction in Afghanistan," in Barakat, ed., Reconstructing War-Torn Societies: Afghanistan, Third World Quarterly Series, (Palgrave.

This book illuminates one of the world's most troubled regions from a unique perspective—that of a prominent Russian intellectual. Valery Tishkov, a leading ethnographer who has also served in several important political posts, examines the evolution of the war in Chechnya that erupted inuntangling the myths, the long-held resentments, and the .After Civil War: Division, Reconstruction, and Reconciliation in Europe seeks to offer an original and comprehensive analysis by examining how post-war reconstruction has been conducted in contemporary European history, with a specific focus on the issue of national identities and how they come into play during and, most importantly, after a civil war, writes Claire Constant.keeping operations, reconstructing war-torn societies, and ultimately making gender equality relevant to every single Security Council action (Rehn & Sirleaf ).3 Although this project is about much more than SCRthis "living document" does inform and underscore every aspect of this research as it is aCited by: