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This paper is the culmination of a research project focusing on the design of constitutions after conflict undertaken as part of the International Peace Academy’s State-building Program, which examines the legitimacy and effectiveness of international attempts to institutionalise states after conflict. The paper is based on a series of case studies presented at an expert meeting held in 2005, entitled “Governance and Power After Conflict: The Consequences of Governance Choices in Post-Conflict Constitutions.”

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