Interim Stabilization

Subtitle : Balancing Security and Development in Post-Conflict Peacebuilding

Abstract :
In the early phase of a transition from war to peace, numerous political aspirations and concerns of individuals and groups must be carefully balanced. Moving from military conflict to sustainable peace requires a gradual adjustment by the conflicting parties from a dependence on military sources of power to an ability to operate as civilian actors in a peacetime society. Many DDR and SSR processes fail because the political environment (i.e. primarily the trust and confidence that each party will stick to what have been agreed) are not ripe at the time of signing an agreement. Mediation efforts, program planning and even terminology must be sensitive to cultural, economic, social and historical circumstances, allowing for ownership of a peace process, by its relevant stakeholders.

Registration No : B1484
Author :
Nat J. Colletta
Jens Samuelsson Schjørlien
and Hannes Berts

Edition :
Impresum : Stockholm: Folke Bernadotte Academy, 2008
Description :
Language : English

ISBN 9163338629

1. 000 - ASEAN / 060.3 - LEGAL COOPERATION - Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution - Dispute Settlement Mechanism

Keyword :
1 Conflict
2 Peacebuilding
3 Stabilization

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