Ending Civil Wars: The Implementation of Peace Agreements

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Stephen John Stedman, Donald S. Rothchild, Donald Rothchild, Elizabeth M. Cousens
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2002 - 729 pàgines
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Based on a study of every intrastate war settlement between 1980 and 1998 in which international actors played a key role, this is a comprehensive, systematic study of the implementation of peace settlements - of what happens after the treaties are signed.
 

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Introduction
1
Evaluation Issues in Peace Implementation
43
Strategy and Transitional Authority
71
The Challenges of Strategic Coordination
89
Settlement Terms and Postagreement Stability
117
Disarmament and Demobilization
141
Economic Priorities for Successful Peace Implementation
183
The Role of Postsettlement Elections
215
Broad Participation Diffuse Responsibility Peace Implementation in Guatemala
421
Implementing the Arusha Peace Agreement on Rwanda
463
Implementing Cambodias Peace Agreement
499
From Missed Opportunities to Overcompensation Implementing the Dayton Agreement on Bosnia
531
Peace by Unconventional Means Lebanons Taif Agreement
567
Liberia A Warlords Peace
599
Flawed Mediation Chaotic Implementation The 1987 IndoSri Lanka Peace Agreement
631
Policy Implications
663

Human Rights and Sustainable Peace
237
Refugee Repatriation
273
Civilian Security
303
Building Local Capacity From Implementation to Peacebuilding
327
Peace in Stages The Role of an Implementation Regime in Nicaragua
353
Assessing El Salvadors Transition from Civil War to Peace
383
List of Acronyms
673
Selected Bibliography
683
The Contributors
699
Index
705
About the Book
729
Copyright

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