Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Saul & Sweeney: International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy

Matthew Saul (Univ. of Oslo - Law) & James A. Sweeney (Lancaster Univ. - Law) have published International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy (Routledge 2015). Contents include:
  • Matthew Saul & James Sweeney, Introduction
  • Matthew Saul, International Law and the Identification of an Interim Government to Lead Post-Conflict Reconstruction
  • Aoife O’Donoghue, The Exercise of Governance Authority by International Organisations: The Role of Due Diligence Obligations after Conflict
  • Annika Jones, Tailoring Justice for Mass Atrocities: The Constraints of International Law and the ICC’s Complementarity Regime
  • Aisling Swaine, Practicing Women, Peace and Security in Post-Conflict Reconstruction
  • Catherine Turner and Ruth Houghton, Constitution Making and Post Conflict Reconstruction
  • Dustin Sharp, Security Sector Reform for Human Security: The Role of International Law and Transitional Justice in Shaping More Effective Policy and Practice
  • Padraig McAuliffe, The International Rule of Law as Trumps: Do International Criminal Trial Responsibilities Impede Realisation of Domestic Rule of Law Priorities?
  • Lisa Mardikian, Economic Self-Determination in Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Case Study of Timor-Leste
  • Antoine Buyse, Media in Post-Conflict Transitions: Balancing Protection Against Violence and Freedom of Expression
  • Lars Waldorf, Legal Empowerment and Liberal-Local Peace-Building
  • Kristin Bergtora Sandvik & Julieta Lemaitre, From IDPs to Victims in Colombia: A Bottom-Up Reading of Law in Post- Conflict Transitions
  • James Sweeney, Law and Policy on Post-Conflict Restitution
  • Matthew Saul, Conclusion: Towards a Fuller Understanding of the Foundations, Practice, and Future of the Role of International Law in Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy