Time to Kill

@article{Brancati2013TimeTK,
  title={Time to Kill},
  author={Dawn Brancati and Jack Snyder},
  journal={Journal of Conflict Resolution},
  year={2013},
  volume={57},
  pages={822 - 853}
}
Elections constitute a fundamental element of postconflict peacebuilding efforts in the post–cold war era and are often held soon after conflicts end. Yet, the impact of early elections on postconflict stability is the subject of sharp debate. While some argue that early elections facilitate peace agreements, hasten democratization, and ensure postconflict stability, others suggest that they undermine genuine democracy and spark a renewal in fighting. In this study, we argue that holding… Expand
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