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Economic Reconstruction of War-Torn Countries: The Role of the International Financial Institutions

  title={Economic Reconstruction of War-Torn Countries: The Role of the International Financial Institutions},
  author={Graciana del Castillo},
  journal={The Seton Hall Law Review},
With the end of the Cold War, a large number of countries in the developing world emerged from civil conflict or another form of chaos in the early 1990s. While Cold War related conflicts winded down, a number of ethnic conflicts erupted, and several military interventions took place. Interventions were justified either for humanitarian purposes, as in the Balkans and several countries in Africa, or for regime change as in Haiti, Afghanistan, and Iraq. A few of these countries have succeeded in… 

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