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Peacebuilding and the private sector : regulating business after conflict

Ford, Jolyon Tennyson Randle


United Nations (UN) peace operations are often at the forefront of efforts to build peace after conflict. They embody universal ideals and seek to give them practical effect during post-contnct peacebuilding. This thesis explores a role for UN peace operations in helping to regulate the peacebuilding impact of one important social group, the business sector. The main hypothesis is that especially during early post-conflict periods UN peace operations can and should take steps to influence...[Show more]

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Date published: 2011
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d5152a6c2852
Access Rights: Open Access


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