Pilfering the Peace: The Nexus Between Corruption and Peacebuilding

TitelPilfering the Peace: The Nexus Between Corruption and Peacebuilding
Typ der PublikationBook
Untertitel / SerientitelThematic Double-issue of 'New Routes', the Journal of the Life & Peace Institute
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New Routes

Publikationsjahr2009
AutorInnenChurch, C, Reiling, K
Anzahl Seiten48 pp.
VerlagLife & Peace Institute
StadtUppsala
UID1434
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The latest issue of New Routes is another thematic one, this time on the nexus between corruption and peacebuilding. Here you can, amongst other things read Lilies that fester: Seeds of corruption and peacebuilding by Cheyanne Church and Kirby Reiling who are also the editors of this issue.Overview of the Contents:
Section I, Introduction to the concept of corruption
Lilies that fester: Seeds of corruption and peacebuilding by Cheyanne Church and Kirby Reiling
Corruption and anti-corruption in peacebuilding: Toward a unified framework by Raymond June and Nathaniel Heller Corruption and change in the Caucasus: Will reform bring conflict or peace? by Michael JohnstonSection II, The corruption-conflict intersection
Corruption and violence in Burundi by Peter Uvin
Communal corruption an peacebuilding in Lebanon by Gaelle Kibranian Grand corruption in Colombia's 'parapolitics' by Daniel Friedman
Corrupted militaries: Criminality, conflict and coercion by Matt HerbertSection III, Adressing the nexus in peacebuilding practice
Warlords and corruption in post-conflict governments by Phyllis Dininio
Battling corruption in the search for peace: The common ground approach, by Oscar Bloh and Ambrose James
Peacebuilding and anti-corruption: Room for collaboration? by Amy Margolies
Can fighting corruption harm peace? by Corinna Kreidler

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