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By Arnim Langer, Graham K. Brown

Nations rising from civil warfare or protracted violence usually face the daunting problem of rebuilding their economic system whereas concurrently growing the political and social stipulations for a strong peace. The implicit assumption within the foreign neighborhood that quick political democratisation besides fiscal liberalisation holds the foremost to sustainable peace is belied by way of the reviews of nations reminiscent of Iraq and Afghanistan. frequently, the demanding situations of post-conflict reconstruction revolve round the timing and sequencing of alternative reform which can have contradictory implications. Drawing on a number of thematic experiences and empirical instances, this booklet examines how post-conflict reconstruction rules could be larger sequenced on the way to advertise sustainable peace. The e-book offers facts that many reforms which are frequently considered crucial in post-conflict societies might be larger regarded as long term ambitions, and that the rapid critical for such societies will be 'people-centred' policies.

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Peace-process negotiations are rarely open-ended and may have deadlines imposed on them to create or maintain a sense of urgency. SOCIOLOGICAL TIME .................................................................................................................................. Having sketched the notion of political time, this paper now turns its attention to sociological time. This section hopes to illustrate the artificiality and privileged nature of political time and its removal from everyday aspects of life.

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