The policy-making dimension of post-conflict governance: the experience of Aceh, Indonesia
Rebuilding and strengthening the essential functions of government is a critical aspect of peace-building and recovery after conflict. There is now a wide literature on the challenges of post-conflict state-building based on the international community's experiences in such places as Kosovo, East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan. Much of this literature is concerned with the challenges of strengthening administration and service provision�what might be loosely called the policy implementation...[Show more]
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