The May 2005 issue of PRAXIS examines perspectives on buildingpeace, from disarming warlords ruling the streets in Afghanistan, toestablishing post-conflict justice systems. This issue also looks atthe political economy of a natural disaster, the recent tsunami servingas the inspiration for a analysis of how the international communitycan better respond to crises in way that better supports long-termsecurity and economic development.
PRAXIS and the Institute for Human Security
Human Security and Perspectives on Building Peace
Disarming Afghanistan’s Warlords
The Politics of the Past: The Benes Decrees, Collective Memory, and Preventing Ethnic Conflict
“The Next Generation:” Towards a More Effective Hybrid Court
Views from the Field
Tsunami! The Political Economy of a Natural Disaster
Interview with Hugo Slim
The Fletcher School Discussion on the Rights-Based Approach to Development
The Rights-Based Approach: Organizational Implications
Organizational Implications of a Rights-Based Approach
Implementing a Successful Orientation to RBA: Is there a Recipe for Success?
Marty I Schmith
Bringing the Discourse about Rights-Based Development Back Down to Earth