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Number 3-4, 2009 Pilfering the peace: The nexus between corruption and peacebuilding

NR 3 4 2009This issue of New Routes is divided into three sections.
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Section I, introduction to the concept of corruption:
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Lilies that fester: Seeds of corruption and peacebuilding By Cheyanne Church and Kirby Reiling
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Corruption and anti-corruption in peacebuilding: Toward a unified framework By Raymond June and Nathaniel Heller
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Corruption and change in the Caucasus: Will reform bring conflict or peace? By Michael Johnston
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Section II, the corruption-conflict intersection
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Corruption and violence in Burundi By Peter Uvin
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Communal corruption an peacebuilding in Lebanon By Gaelle Kibranian
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Grand corruption in Colombia’s ‘parapolitics’ By Daniel Friedman
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Corrupted militaries: Criminality, conflict and coercion By Matt Herbert
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Section III, adressing the nexus in peacebuilding practice
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Warlords and corruption in post-conflict governments By Phyllis Dininio
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Battling corruption in the search for peace: The common ground approach By Oscar Bloh and Ambrose James
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Peacebuilding and anti-corruption: Room for collaboration? By Amy Margolies
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Can fighting corruption harm peace? By Corinna Kreidler
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