Post-conflict pacts and inclusive political settlements: institutional perspectives from Solomon Islands

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David Craig; Doug Porter;

Political settlements and pacts now feature prominently in donor narratives about transitions from conflict and institutional fragility to peace and prosperity. "Successful transitions" are said to occur when pacts between political and economic elites are deepened, mad... View more
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