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Foreign Electoral Assistance as a Strategy for Peace Building in Post-Conflict Societies

November 3, 2015
Foreign Electoral Assistance as a Strategy for Peace Building in Post-Conflict Societies

Once a peace treaty is signed and elections are scheduled, stability and peace are not guaranteed. In fact, Southern Voices Network Scholar Brice Bado believes that a crucial component to peacebuilding in post-conflict societies comes during elections and is a function of effective foreign electoral assistance. He explains his theory in this edition of Wilson Center NOW.


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