Can democracy be designed?: the politics of institutional choice in conflict-torn societies. Conflict and poverty in sub-Saharan Africa: an assessment of the issues and evidence. R Luckham, I Ahmed, R Muggah, S White.
Can democracy be designed?: the politics of institutional choice in conflict-torn societies. S Bastian, R Luckham. Governing Insecurity: democratic control of military and security establishments in transitional democracies. G Cawthra, R Luckham. Democratic strategies for security in transition and conflict. Governing Insecurity: Democratic Control of Military and Securit. 2003.
Can Democracy Be Designed? book. This work explores three groups of questions. How and by whom were democratic institutions (re)introduced? How are they functioning in practice?
Instead they seek to understand how new democratic institutions work in practice and whether and how they actually facilitate the management of conflict in societies whose coherence is at best fragile.
In Bastian, Sunil; Luckham, Robin (ed. Can Democracy be Designed? : the Politics of Institutional Choice in Conflict-torn Societies. London: Zed Books Ltd. pp. 253–276. ISBN 1-84277-151-5, ISBN 978-1-84277-151-8. These were required to withdraw to their respective territories, and a demilitarised Zone of Separation was created, extending for two kilometres on either side of the IEBL and heavily patrolled by international forces. Richard G. Johnson (February 25, 1999). Negotiating the Dayton Peace Accords through Digital Maps".
Introduction: Can Democracy be Designed? - Sunil Bastian and Robin Luckham
Introduction: Can Democracy be Designed? - Sunil Bastian and Robin Luckham. 1. Democratic Institutions and Democratic Politics and Political Violence - Robin Luckham, Anne Marie Goetz and Mary Kaldor. 5. The Politics of Institutional Design: An Overview of the Case of Sri Lanka - Radhika Coomaraswamy. 6. Proportional Representation, Political Violence and the Participation of Women in the Political Process in Sri Lanka - Kishali Pinto Jayawardena. The book reinforces a message that cannot be repeated too often, it seems, which is the need to relate institutions and institutional innovation to its specific political context.
Institutionalizing Ethnicity in the Western Balkans. Managing Change in Deeply Divided Societies. ECMI Working Paper, No. 19 (2004): 1-28. Boyd, Charles Making Peace with the Guilty. London: Zed Books, 2003.
The Politics of Institutional Choice in Conflict-Torn Societies.
Constitution drafting has always been undertaken with explicit political purposes in mind. The Politics of Institutional Choice in Conflict-Torn Societies.
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Can Democracy Be Designed? The Politics of Institutional Choice in Conflict-torn Societies. He concludes the book with an analysis of the political, economic, and cultural factors that will decide whether or not the third wave continues. Democratic Governance Reforming the Ombudsman. Huntington's emphasis on practical application makes this book a valuable tool for anyone engaged in the democratization process.
Author: Sunil Bastian,Robin Luckham
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Publisher: Zed Books (August 23, 2003)
Pages: 256 pages
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