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Does globalization exacerbate political conflict, or can multilateral institutions successfully advance peace and reconciliation? This faculty Baden lecture presents evidence on the role of modern international politics for preventing civil wars, post-conflict peace, and democratic processes. The presentation draws on quantitative and qualitative data covering the post-World War II period, event data, and cases from Indonesia and Côte d'Ivoire.
civil wars, international governmental organizations, IGOs, economic incentives, costs of escalation, diplomatic pressure
Economic Policy | International Relations | Peace and Conflict Studies
Karreth, Johannes, "World Bank, World Peace? How International Organizations Affect Prospects for Democracy, Peace, and Reconciliation After Civil Wars" (2021). Faculty Baden Presentations. 8.
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