The Art of the Possible: Power Sharing and Post— Civil War Democracy
Although there is now a wealth of scholarship concerning the onset, duration, and termination of civil wars, there is not nearly as much empirical research by political scientists on the potential for postconflict democratization in countries that have been the site of civil wars. This relative scholarly neglect of post–civil war democratization stands in contrast to the efforts and resources that other actors—foreign ministries, international and nongovernmental organizations, and members of civil society—have invested in attempting to help construct democracy in postconflict states such as Indonesia, Liberia, and Uganda. [excerpt]
Hartzell, Caroline A., and Matthew Hoddie. "The Art of the Possible: Power Sharing and Post—Civil War Democracy." World Politics 67.1 (January 2015), 37-71.
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