A New Trusteeship?: The International Administration Of War-torn Territories

Paperback | August 31, 2001

byRichard Caplan

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This paper analyses and assesses the effectiveness of international administrations of war-torn territories and discusses the key issues - strategic, political, and economic - that arise in the context of these experiences.  It reflects on the policy implications of these experiences and recommends reforms or new approaches to international administration.

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This paper analyses and assesses the effectiveness of international administrations of war-torn territories and discusses the key issues - strategic, political, and economic - that arise in the context of these experiences.  It reflects on the policy implications of these experiences and recommends reforms or new approaches to internat...

Richard Caplan is a Research Fellow at the Centre for International Studies, University of Oxford and a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at the University of Reading. He also serves as a Specialist-Advisor to the Select Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Commons.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:120 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.68 inPublished:August 31, 2001Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198515650

ISBN - 13:9780198515654

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GlossaryIntroduction1. Forms of International AdministrationOperational CategoriesOperational Aims and Contextual FactorsActors and Structures2. International Administration in PracticeEstablishing and Maintaining Public Order and Internal SecurityResettling Refugees and Internally Displaced PersonsPerforming Basic Civil Administrative FunctionsDeveloping Local Political InstitutionsEconomic Reconstruction3. Critical Issues for International AdministrationPlanning of OperationsBuilding Local CapacityRuling by DecreeAccountabilityExit Strategies4. Enhancing International AdministrationPlanning and Management of OperationsRapid and Effective DeploymentPolitical FactorsConclusionNotes