Peace as Governance? Critical Challenges to Power-Sharing Peace Deals.

1 12 2009

URL: Source : The Centre on Human Rights in Conflict, University of East London.

This policy paper seeks to offer insights for policymakers regarding the strengths and weaknesses of the use of power-sharing in peace processes. It is based upon close studies in three countries with protracted armed conflicts and peace processes — Sri Lanka, Sudan, and Colombia—as well as comparative analysis of nearly thirty peace processes involving power-sharing elements since the end of the Cold War.




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