Constructing the Stable State: Goals for Intervention and Peacebuilding

Constructing the Stable State: Goals for Intervention and Peacebuilding

Constructing the Stable State: Goals for Intervention and Peacebuilding

Constructing the Stable State: Goals for Intervention and Peacebuilding

Synopsis

Through examining interventions in Somalia, Bosnia, and Kosovo, Hawk argues that external actors--foreign governments, international organizations, and private groups--must pay more attention to (re)constructing the state as a capable, effective, and legitimate entity as a means to bring about a stable peace. She draws 23 lessons from her cases, nine applicable to military interventions in general and 14 specific to statebuilding efforts.
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