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Division and Democracy: Bosnia's Post-Dayton Elections
This paper will examine the three rounds of country-wide elections that have taken place in Bosnia in the first three years of Bosnia’s post-Dayton existence. It will suggest that given the poisoned political climate, as ...
Peacekeeping’s Poor Cousin: Canada and the Challenge of Post-Conflict Policing
This paper examines Canadian experiences, policies, and practices with regard to police reform – a key element of the security sector reform agenda – in post-conflict or failed states. While an entire mythology has developed ...