From Ideals to Reality in International Rule of Law Work - the Case of Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea's famous diversity manifests itself in extraordinarily high levels of normative and legal pluralism.These have posed considerable challenges to efforts to establish a rule of law system along Western lines. Rule of law mechanisms often come into direct contestation with indigenous belief systems and practices and this has been a significant factor behind the limited success of international rule of law support. An exploration of the social complexities of PNG viewed through an...[Show more]
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