Reconstruction, development and sustainable peace: a unified programme for post-conflict countries
AbstractThis report was prepared by Mr. Milivoje Panic, a member of the Committee for Development Policy, as a background paper for deliberations by the Committee at its seventh session. The aim of the report is to review the role of economic welfare in conflict prevention, including the strategies required to ensure sustainable peace in post-conflict countries. It differs in one important respect from most of the rapidly growing literature in this field. Instead of describing specific conflicts or policies to prevent them, it integrates some of the key economic, social and political factors into a general analysis, with an all-embracing strategy for post-conflict countries. The integrated approach is essential because a unified strategy offers the only hope of preventing future conflicts and civil wars.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by United Nations, Department of Economics and Social Affairs in its series CDP Background Papers with number 008.
Length: 23 pages
Date of creation: 2005
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economic welfare; conflict prevention; post-conflict;
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