Facets and Practices of State-Building

Publisher : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

ISBN-13 : 9004174036

Page : 340 pages

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Drawing on a mix of international academic and field expert work, this book presents and analyses contemporary state-building efforts. It offers studies on the theoretical and practical foundations and causes of state-building, identifies the role and responsibilities of key actors and points to vital issues which merit specific attention in state-building undertakings. The book offers lessons for the future of state-building relevant to both practitioners and the academic community.

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