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Policy Papers - November 13, 2007

Managing Contradictions: The Inherent Dilemmas of Postwar Statebuilding

Statebuilding—the construction of legitimate, effective governmental institutions—is a crucial element in any larger effort to create the conditions for a durable peace and human development in countries that are just emerging from war.  

 
 

 

Books - July 14, 2007

Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts

Promoting security, good governance and recovery in weak, failing and war-torn countries requires integrated approaches.  

 
 

 

Panel Discussions - July 12, 2007

Greater than the Sum of Its Parts? Assessing "Whole of Government" Approaches to Fragile States

The International Peace Institute launched its most recent book, Greater than the Sum of Its Parts? Assessing "Whole of Government" Approaches to Fragile States, by Stewart Patrick and Kaysie Brown. 

 
 

 

Conferences - March 30, 2007

A Beginner's Guide to Nation Building

IPI organized the launch of a new book by Ambassador James Dobbins entitled A Beginner's Guide to Nation Building.
 

 
 

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