Rule of Law and Justice Development in Post-Conflict with Jasteena Dhillon

15 Years after Dayton, 10 years after the Invasion, 9 years after Bonn, 5 years after the CPA, Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School Jasteena Dillon looks at what has been achieved in terms of establishing Rule of Law and Judicial Institutional Building in Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan and Sudan. She discusses the belief that billions of dollars in aid money and the thousands of international personnel that have been sent to these countries to implement development programs may not have achieved enough to balance the cost and time that has been spent. Lessons learned are outlined with regards to the international community's intervention in Rule of Law and Justice Sector Development.

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