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Meeting Notes - August 13, 2005

Transformation of War Economies: Report of Experts' Seminar

Kaysie Studdard, rapporteur

 

 

This report summarizes key points discussed at an experts’ seminar held on June 16-18, 2005, in Plymouth, UK, on Transformation of War Economies, as part of an Economic and Social Research Council project (Res. 223250071).

As part of an ongoing project, IPI's Security-Development Nexus program aims to contribute to a better understanding of the linkages between the various dimensions of violent conflicts in the contemporary era and the need for multidimensional strategies in conflict management. This seminar focuses on the roles of development, liberal peace, military authority, and transnational influences––such as borderlands––in better understanding and managing peace processes.

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