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State collapse and reconstruction in the

Jens Stilhoff SГёrensen

State collapse and reconstruction in the

periphery, political economy, ethnicity, and development in Yugoslavia, Serbia and Kosovo

by Jens Stilhoff SГёrensen

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Published by Berghahn Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Failed states -- Case studies,
  • Postwar reconstruction -- Case studies,
  • Failed states -- Yugoslavia,
  • Postwar reconstruction -- Former Yugoslav republics,
  • Former Yugoslav republics -- Politics and government,
  • Former Yugoslav republics -- Ethnic relations -- Political aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJens Stilhoff Sørensen.
    GenreCase studies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJC328.5 .S67 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23169910M
    ISBN 109781845455606
    LC Control Number2009006163

    Black Reconstruction in America: An Essay Toward a History of the Part Which Black Folk Played in the Attempt to Reconstruct Democracy in America, – is a history of the Reconstruction era by W. E. B. Du Bois, first published in It marked a significant break with the standard academic view of Reconstruction at the time, the Dunning School, which contended that the period was a. Although state collapse appears to be increasing, the scope of the phenomenon depends in large part on how it is defined. Cases of complete state collapse, which involve the extreme disintegration of public authority and the metamorphosis of societies into a battlefield of all against all, remain relatively rare.

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In the s, Yugoslavia, which had once been a role model for development, became a symbol for state collapse, external intervention and post-war reconstruction.

Today the region has two international protectorates, contested states and borders, Cited by:   Humanitarian and post-conflict reconstruction efforts in such places as East Timor, Cambodia, Somalia and Bosnia are also analysed and critiqued. The volume, which brings together some of the foremost scholars working on state collapse, will be of interest to both scholars and by:   Book description: In the s, Yugoslavia, which had once been a role model for development, became a symbol for state collapse, external intervention and post-war reconstruction.

Today the region has two international protectorates, contested states and borders, severe ethnic polarization and minority : This book situates state failure and state collapse in historical context and explains the structures and forces that have led to state collapse in a number of countries around the world.

It also analyses and critiques contemporary interventions and reconstruction efforts in collapsed states. In the s, Yugoslavia, which had once been a role model for development, became a symbol for state collapse, external intervention and post-war reconstruction.

Today the region has two international protectorates, contested states and borders, severe ethnic polarization and minority concerns. In this first in-depth critical analysis of international administration, aid and reconstruction.

Explain the reasons for the collapse of Reconstruction Describe the efforts of white southern “redeemers” to roll back the gains of Reconstruction The effort to remake the South generated a brutal reaction among southern whites, who were committed to keeping blacks in a subservient position.

This book suggests that the international community ignored clear warning signs in Somalia and missed several opportunities to use diplomacy to prevent state collapse.

As a result, the destruction of the state became more complete and the difficulties in rebuilding a. It has major implications for all of us who want to understand the processes of state collapse and nation-building in the world.”?Samuel P.

Huntington, Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies Amazing book. In-depth research. Uncovers facts inconvenient for the countries, on which the book is focused. The Reconstruction of 4/5(4). Development as State-making: collapse, war and reconstruction: The focus of this component will be on the organisations and institutions that make up fragile states and the proposition that the quality of political action and organisation at the level of the state determines the trajectory of collapse, the avoidance of collapse and processes of.

This book examines contemporary cases of nation-state collapse and fail- ure. 1 It establishes clear criteria for distinguishing collapse and failure from generic weakness or apparent distress. In the s, Yugoslavia, which had once been a role model for development, became a symbol for state collapse, external intervention and post-war reconstruction.

Today the region has two international protectorates, contested states and borders, severe ethnic polarization and minority concerns. This book suggests that the international community ignored clear warning signs in Somalia and missed several opportunities to use diplomacy to prevent state collapse.

State collapse, breakdown, or downfall is the complete failure of a mode of government within a sovereign mes this brings about a failed state, as in Somalia and the final decade of often, there is an immediate process of transition to a new administration, and basic services such as tax collection, defence, police, civil service, and courts are maintained.

For much of the book, Brook charges through the forward-looking civil rights history that boldly advanced desegregation and suffrage for all men of color before the collapse of Reconstruction. Get this from a library. State collapse and reconstruction in the periphery: political economy, ethnicity and development in Yugoslavia, Serbia and Kosovo.

[Jens Stilhoff Sörensen] -- In the s, Yugoslavia, once a role model for development, became a symbol for state collapse, external intervention and post-war reconstruction.

In this first in-depth critical analysis of. This book situates state failure and state collapse in historical context and explains the structures and forces that have led to state collapse in a number of countries around the world.

It also analyses and critiques contemporary interventions and reconstruction efforts in collapsed states. Addresses the subject of state failure which has received high-profile attention from both scholars. Foner’s book is indispensible, but dense.

A pithier primer can be found in Michael W. Fitzgerald’s “Splendid Failure: Postwar Reconstruction in. STATE FAILURE, COLLAPSE AND RECONSTRUCTION: Author: JENNIFER MILLIKEN: Summary: State collapse in such places as Yugoslavia has led to widespread human suffering and regional instability.

This collection situates state failure and collapse against the backdrop of the emergence, consolidation, expansion and erosion of the Western stat: Publisher.

Socialism, federalism and the national question in a developmental state --Reframing Yugoslavia: from a renegotiated state to its breakdown --Hegemony and the political economy of populism: the emergence of the Milošević regime and the transformation of Serbian society --Adaptation and resistance in a new social formation: aspects of cohesion.

Yet this evolution has produced highly varied outcomes in the region's constituent countries, from state collapse (and deeply flawed reconstruction) in Somalia, through militarised isolation in Eritrea, to a still fragile 'developmental state' in Ethiopia. The tensions implicit in the process of state formation now drive the relationships Reviews: 3.

Potential Agents of Reconstruction. State Collapse: The Humanitarian Challenge to the UN—F.M. Deng. The Role of Foreign Intervention in African Reconstruction—I.A.

Gambari. Democratization in Collapsed States—M. Ottaway. Strongmen, State Formation, Collapse, and Reconstruction in Africa—N. Ng'ethe. Conclusions.Somalia: state collapse, multilateral intervention, and strategies for political reconstruction.State Failure, Collapse, and Reconstruction ways.

Following Charles Tilly’s metaphor of ‘war-making and state-making as organized crime’, it can be seen as a more-or-less inadvertent process by which state elites, seeking to consolidate their hold on power, acted as the.