The Peacebuilding Puzzle: Political Order in Post-Conflict States

The Politics of PeacebuildingThe Argument and its SignificanceStructure of the BookRethinking the Peacebuilding PuzzleWhat is Peacebuilding?The Transitional Governance Approach to Transformative PeacebuildingWhat Do We Know About Peacebuilding?Rethinking the Peacebuilding PuzzleA Unique Approach to Understanding PeacebuildingViewing Peacebuilding in TimePeacebuilding Outcomes: Institutions and GovernanceFormal Institutional ChoicesPost-Intervention Governance OutcomesCase SelectionResearch DesignPolitical Order in Post-Conflict StatesA Theoretical FrameworkThe Pursuit of Political OrderThe Neopatrimonial EquilibriumElites and Transformative EventsElite Settlements: The Continuation of War by Other MeansTransitional Governance: A Process of Inherent ContradictionsNeopatrimonial Political Order: A Hybrid Form of GovernanceThe Peacebuilding PathwayFrom Violent Conflict to Elite SettlementThe Cambodian Civil WarThe Paris Peace Agreement on CambodiaThe East Timorese Resistance to OccupationThe East Timor Independence ReferendumThe Afghan Civil WarThe Afghanistan Bonn AgreementElite Settlements in Comparative PerspectiveInternational Intervention and Elite IncentivesTransitional Governance in CambodiaThe Cambodian Elections of 1993Transitional Governance in East TimorThe East Timorese Elections of 2001Transitional Governance in AfghanistanThe Afghan Elections of 2004 and 2005Transitional Governance in Comparative PerspectiveNeopatrimonial Post-Conflict Political OrderPost-Intervention Cambodia: Exclusionary Neopatrimonialism and the Threat of ViolencePost-Intervention East Timor: Inclusionary Neopatrimonialism and Latent ConflictPost-Intervention Afghanistan: Competitive Neopatrimonialism and Persistent InsecurityNeopatrimonial Political Order in Comparative PerspectiveThe Mirage of Modern Political Order in Post-Conflict StatesTransformative Peacebuilding ElsewhereWhither Peacebuilding?Sequencing the Pursuit of Effective and Legitimate GovernanceFocusing on the LeviathanLetting Democracy Make the State?Six Principles and a Caveat for Modifying Peacebuilding PracticeKeep the Power Balance FluidFocus on the Non-Electoral Ingredients of DemocratizationPolitical Parties are the Key to Programmatic PolicyExpand and Extend International Post-Conflict EngagementView the State-Society Compact as MultidimensionalFocus on Institutional Function, Not FormThe Caveat: A Neopatrimonial Peace?Future Research and Theoretical ImplicationsIndigenous Statebuilding and PeacebuildingPeacebuilding, Historical Institutionalism, and Political ScienceConclusionBibliography
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