THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF PE ACEBUILDING : A CRITICAL THEORY PERSPECTIVE

@inproceedings{Pugh2005THEPE,
  title={THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF PE ACEBUILDING : A CRITICAL THEORY PERSPECTIVE},
  author={Michael Eugene Pugh},
  year={2005}
}
The ideology of the liberal peace has propelled the political economies of war-torn societies into a scheme of global convergence towards “market liberalisation”. This orthodoxy was an uncontestable assumption underlying external economic assistance. However, the project faltered under its inherent contradictions and because it ignored the socio-economic problems confronting war-torn societies, even aggravating them by increasing the vulnerability of populations to poverty and shadow economic… CONTINUE READING

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