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Violence after War
Explaining Instability in Post-Conflict States
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AcknowledgmentsList of Abbreviations1. The Challenge of Violence in Post-Conflict StatesPart I: Unpacking Violence after Wars2. Understanding Violence after Wars: Concepts and Contexts3. Explaining Violence after Wars: Patterns and PathwaysPart II: Five Case Studies of Post-Conflict Violence4. Bosnia-Herzegovina5. Rwanda6. Kosovo7. East Timor8. IraqPart III: Producing Peace after Wars9. Controlling Violence: Implications and Policy RecommendationsNotesBibliographyIndex