Recovery from Armed Conflict in Developing Countries

Recovery from Armed Conflict in Developing Countries

Recovery from Armed Conflict in Developing Countries

Recovery from Armed Conflict in Developing Countries

Synopsis

This comprehensive work examines ways in which developing countries may achieve economic, political and social reconstruction in the wake of armed conflict. International researchers discuss such issues as women and children in the recovery process, refugees and the role of aid, the reintegration of ex-combatants and community-led recovery. Case studies focus upon Afghanistan, Angola, Cambodia, Mozambique, South Africa and Sri Lanka.
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