Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding

Editor: David Chandler, University of Westminster, UK

(3 issues per year)


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Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding is a new cross-disciplinary journal devoted to academic and practitioner analysis of the development and consequences of government policies in international satebuilding.

Offering an in-depth discussion on key debates in the field of international statebuilding, the JISB analyses the impact of the internationalisation of domestic governance mechanisms and assesses the development and consequences of these policies, both intended and unintended.

Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding focuses on:

  • International administrative powers
  • Country ownership of poverty reduction strategies
  • The export of the EU acquis communautaire
  • Civil society building
  • Democracy promotion
  • Anti-corruption policies
  • Election monitoring
  • Educational reform
  • Psycho-social counselling
  • Rule of law support
  • Judicial and police reform
  • Civil service and administrative reform
  • Post-conflict peace-building
  • Financial and economic reforms  

Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding in the press:

Paddy Ashdown: ‘“Troops home by Christmas” is not an option’, Independent, 25 January 2007 (Extracted from the interview in Vol.1, No.1 of the Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding).


JOURNAL OF INTERVENTION AND STATEBUILDING

Volume 1, Special Supplement, 1 December 2007

SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT IN COOPERATION WITH THE CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF DEMOCRACY

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David Chandler
 
Professor of International Relations
 
CSD
 
University of Westminster
 
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