POST-CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION

A Selected Bibliography

Compiled by Virginia C. Shope

U.S. Army War College Library

Carlisle Barracks, PA

November 2003

PREFACE

American military, diplomatic, and humanitarian personnel continue to participate in post-conflict reconstruction efforts in other parts of the world. This bibliography lists citations for books, documents, periodical articles, and Internet sites about post-conflict reconstruction in general, as well as materials describing the aftermath of war in the following countries: Afghanistan, Bosnia, Haiti, Iraq, Kosovo, and Somalia.

Most of the items listed in this bibliography are dated 2000 to the present and are available in the U.S. Army War College Library. For your convenience, we have added library call numbers or Internet addresses at the end of each entry. (Call numbers indicate the item's shelf location in our library.)

This bibliography is also available on the Internet through our Library's home page <http://www.carlisle.army.mil/library>.

For additional information, please contact the Research and Information Services Branch, U.S. Army War College Library by sending an e-mail message to usarmy.carlisle.awc.mbx.us-libraryr@mail.mil, or by phoning DSN 242-4280 or Commercial (717) 245-4280.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Books, Documents, and Internet Resources

Bastian, Sunil, and Robin Luckham, eds. Can Democracy Be Designed? The Politics of Institutional Choice in Conflict-Torn Societies. New York: Zed Books, 2003. 336pp. (JC421 .C22 2003)

Bromley, Mark K. "The International Human Rights Law Group: Human Rights and Access to Justice in Postconflict Environments." Chap. 6 in NGOs [Nongovernmental Organizations] and Human Rights: Promise and Performance, ed. Claude E. Welch, Jr. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001. 290pp. (JC571 .N48 2001)

Carpenter, Robert M. Preemptive Strike: Security Building. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 7 April 2003. 27pp. (AD-A414-503) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA414503>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

Carson, Jayne A. Nation-Building, the American Way. Strategic Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 7 April 2003. 33pp. (AD-A415-059) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA415059>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

Cawthra, Gavin, and Robin Luckham, eds. Governing Insecurity: Democratic Control of Military and Security Establishments in Transitional Democracies. New York: Zed Books, 2003. 340pp. (JF195 .G68 2003)

Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Association of the United States Army. "Achieving Socio-Economic Well-Being in Post-Conflict Settings," by Johanna M. Forman. Draft white paper for the Post-Conflict Reconstruction project. Updated 9 June 2002. 12pp.
Available from <http://www.csis.org/isp/pcr/socioeconomicpaper.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Association of the United States Army. "Building Better Foundations: Security in Post-Conflict Reconstruction," by Scott Feil. White paper for the Post-Conflict Reconstruction project. Updated 22 September 2002. 9pp. Available from <http://www.csis.org/isp/pcr/securitypaper.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Association of the United States Army. "Discussion Paper: Post-Conflict Rapid Civilian Response," by Johanna M. Forman and Michael Pan. Draft white paper for the Post-Conflict Reconstruction project. Updated 25 March 2002. 7pp. Available from <http://www.csis.org/isp/pcr/civilianrapidresponse.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003. 

Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Association of the United States Army. "Interagency Strategy and Planning for Post-Conflict Reconstruction," by Michèle Flournoy. Draft white paper for the Post-Conflict Reconstruction project. Updated 27 March 2002. 8pp. Available from <http://www.csis.org/isp/pcr/strategy.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Association of the United States Army. "Justice and Reconciliation," by Michèle Flournoy and Michael Pan. Paper produced by the Post-Conflict Reconstruction project. 7pp. Available from <http://www.csis.org/isp/pcr/justicepaper.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Association of the United States Army. "Meeting the Challenges of Governance and Participation in Post-Conflict Settings," by Robert Orr. Draft white paper for the Post-Conflict Reconstruction project. Updated 8 July 2002. 9pp. Available from <http://www.csis.org/isp/pcr/governancepaper.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Association of the United States Army. Play to Win: Final Report of the Bi-partisan Commission on Post-Conflict Reconstruction. January 2003. 25pp. Available from <http://www.csis.org/isp/pcr/playtowin.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Association of the United States Army. Post-Conflict Reconstruction Task Framework. May 2002. 21pp. Available from <http://www.csis.org/isp/pcr/framework.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Organized around the four "pillars" of post-conflict reconstruction: security; justice and
reconciliation; social and economic well-being; and governance and participation.

Chimni, B.S. "Post-conflict Peace-building and the Return of Refugees: Concepts, Practices, and Institutions." Chap. 10 in Refugees and Forced Displacement: International Security, Human Vulnerability, and the State, ed. Edward Newman and Joanne van Selm. New York: United Nations University Press, 2003. 391pp. (JV6346 .R4R44 2003)

Crane, Conrad C., comp. Civil, Military, and Political Cooperation in Conflict Resolution and Post-Conflict Rebuilding. Conference brief. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2002. 4pp. (U413 .A662C615 2002)  Also available from  <http://www.carlisle.army.mil/ssi/conf/2002/rebuild.htm>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003. 

Currey, Craig J. A New Model for Military/Nongovernmental Organization Relations in Post-Conflict Operations. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College,
7 April 2003. 30pp. (AD-A415-114)
Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA415114>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

Debiel, Tobias, ed. Fragile Peace: State Failure, Violence and Development in Crisis Regions. New York: Zed Books, 2002. 234pp. (D860 .F73 2002)

Demekas, Dimitri G., Jimmy McHugh, and Theodora Kosma. The Economics of Post Conflict Aid. IMF Working Paper WP/02/198. Washington: International Monetary Fund, November 2002. 37pp. Available from <http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/wp/2002/wp02198.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Dempsey, Gary, and Roger Fontaine. Fool's Errands: America's Recent Encounters with Nation Building. Washington: Cato Institute, 2001. 224pp. (E885 .D46 2001)

Dobbins, James, et al. America's Role in Nation-Building: From Germany to Iraq. Santa Monica: RAND, 2003. 244pp. (E840 .A639 2003)  Also available from <http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1753>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Fact Sheet on the "Winning the Peace Act of 2003."
Available from <http://www.senate.gov/~edwards/issues/mil/peacefactsheet.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 21 November 2003.

Proposed legislation to improve America's capacity to address the challenges of post-conflict
reconstruction.

Forman, Shepard, and Stewart Patrick, eds. Good Intentions: Pledges of Aid for Postconflict Recovery. Boulder: Rienner, 2000. 432pp. (HC60 .G598 2000)

Garver, Randy. Restoration of Public Security: The Linchpin in Peacebuilding and Post-Conflict Operations. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 7 April 1997. 40pp. (AD-A326-847)

Ikenberry, G. John. After Victory: Institutions, Strategic Restraint, and the Rebuilding of Order after Major Wars. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2001. 293pp. (D363 .I46 2001)

International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank. Assistance to Post-Conflict Countries and the HIPC [Heavily Indebt Poor Countries] Framework. 20 April 2001. 29pp. Available from                                   <http: //www.imf.org/external/np/hipc/2001/pc/042001.htm>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Koonings, Kees, and Dirk Kruijt, eds. Political Armies: The Military and Nation Building in the Age of Democracy. New York: Zed Books, 2003. 398pp. (JF195 .P54 2002)

Kumar, Krishna, ed. Postconflict Elections, Democratization, and International Assistance. Boulder: Rienner, 1998. 265pp. (JF1001 .P67 1998)

Kumar, Krishna, ed. Rebuilding Societies after Civil War: Critical Roles for International Assistance. Boulder: Rienner, 1997. 328pp. (HV553 .R359 1997)

Mani, Rama. "Contextualizing Police Reform: Security, the Rule of Law and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding." In Peacebuilding and Police Reform, ed. Tor Tanke Holm and Espen B. Eide. Portland: Cass, 2000. 230pp. (HV7921 .P43 2000)

Menk, Peter D. Post-Conflict Strategic Requirements Workshop. Issues Paper 1-01. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, Center for Strategic Leadership, January 2001. 4pp. (U413 .C75I7 01-01)
Available from <http://www.carlisle.army.mil/usacsl/Publications/CSL%20Issue%20Paper%201-01.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 9 October 2003.

        Summarizes the factual discussions and issues raised at the workshop held November 2000.

Metz, John M. Training the Way We Fight…Are Tactical Units Prepared for Post Conflict Operations? Fort Leavenworth: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, School of Advanced Military Studies, 14 December 1995. 57pp. (U415 .A42 96 M27) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA309689>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

Newman, Edward, and Albrecht Schnabel, eds. Recovering from Civil Conflict: Reconciliation, Peace, and Development. Portland: Cass, 2002. 231pp. (JZ6374 .R21 2002)

Osterman, Joseph L. Then and Now: A Strategic Primer for Post-Conflict Activities. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 10 April 2000. 21pp. (AD-A377-971) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA377971>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

Pei, Minxin, and Sara Kasper. Lessons from the Past: The American Record on Nation Building. Policy Brief No. 24. Washington: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, May 2003. 7pp. (JZ5518 .C3P5 no.24)  Also available from <http://www.ceip.org/files/pdf/Policybrief24.pdf>.  Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Pugh, Michael, ed. Regeneration of War-torn Societies. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000. 249pp. (HV544.5 .R23 2000)

Schneegas, D.A., James M. Castle, and Alfred C. Faber, Jr. Anarchy in the Streets: Restoring Public Security in Complex Contingencies. U.S. Army War College Senior Service College Fellowship Program Strategy Research Project. Cambridge: Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, 1 May 1998. 56pp. (AD-A353-556)  Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA353556>.  Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Silver, Robin S. Promoting Democracy in Postconflict Societies: An International Dialog. Washington: U.S. Agency for International Development, Center for Development Information and Evaluation, March 1999. 38pp. (JC423 .S34 1999)

Stanley Foundation. Laying a Durable Foundation for Post-Conflict Societies: 37th Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade, Carmel, June 2002. 58pp. Available from <http://reports.stanleyfoundation.org/UNND02.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Stanley Foundation. "Post-Conflict Reconciliation: Building Peace and Redressing Historical Justice." In Strategy for Peace: Report of the Fortieth Strategy for Peace, US Foreign Policy Conference, October 21-23, 1999, Convened at Airlie Center, Warrenton, Virginia. Muscatine, IA: Stanley Foundation, 1999. 52pp. (JZ5597 .S7 1999)

Turello, Dan, ed. Democracy and Governance: A Conceptual Framework. Washington: U.S. Agency for International Development, Bureau for Global Programs, Field Support, and Research, Center for Democracy and Governance, November 1998. 36pp. Available from <http://www.usaid.gov/democracy/pdfs/pnacd395.pdf>.  Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

United Nations Development Programme. Gender Approaches in Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations. New York: United Nations Development Programme, October 2002. 32pp.
Available from <http://www.who.int/disasters/repo/8479.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 20 August 2003.

Williams, Garland H. Post Conflict Reconstruction: On the Critical Path to Long-Term Peace. U.S. Army War College Senior Service College Fellowship Program Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 7 April 2003. 276pp. (AD-A416-581)

World Bank. Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Role of the World Bank. Washington: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/World Bank, 1998. 79pp. Available from <http://publications.worldbank.org/catalog/content-download?revision_id=334431>. Internet. Accessed 21 October 2003.

Additional Internet Sites

Accessed 21 November 2003

Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Association of the United States Army, Post-Conflict Reconstruction Project <http://www.csis.org/isp/pcr>

International Crisis Group <http://www.crisisweb.org>

International Monetary Fund <http://www.imf.org>

United Nations <http://www.un.org>

U.S. Agency for International Development <http://www.usaid.gov>

U.S. Department of State <http://state.gov>

United States Institute of Peace <http://www.usip.org>

World Bank, Conflict Prevention and Reconstruction Unit
<http://lnweb18.worldbank.org/essd/essd.nsf/CPR/Home>

        Periodical Articles

Boot, Max. "Neither New nor Nefarious: The Liberal Empire Strikes Back." Current History 102 (November 2003): 361-66.   Discusses America's nation building efforts.

Dobbins, James. "Nation-Building: The Inescapable Responsibility of the World's Only Superpower." Rand Review 27 (Summer 2003): 16-27.

Feil, Scott. "Building Better Foundations: Security in Postconflict Reconstruction." Washington Quarterly 25 (Autumn 2002): 97-109.

Flournoy, Michèle, and Michael Pan. "Dealing with Demons: Justice and Reconciliation." Washington Quarterly 25 (Autumn 2002): 111-23.

Forman, Johanna M. "Achieving Socioeconomic Well-Being in Postconflict Settings." Washington Quarterly 25 (Autumn 2002): 125-38.

Hamre, John J., and Gordon R. Sullivan. "Toward Postconflict Reconstruction." Washington Quarterly 25 (Autumn 2002): 85-96.

Manning, Carrie. "Local Level Challenges to Post-conflict Peacebuilding." International Peacekeeping 10 (Autumn 2003): 25-43.

Orr, Robert. "Governing When Chaos Rules: Enhancing Governance and Participation." Washington Quarterly 25 (Autumn 2002): 139-52.

          Ottaway, Marina. "Nation Building." Foreign Policy, no. 132 (September-October 2002): 16-24.

Owens, Bill, and Troy A. Eid. "Strategic Democracy Building: How U.S. States Can Help."
Washington Quarterly 25 (Autumn 2002): 153-68.

Rampy, Michael R. "Endgame: Conflict Termination and Post-Conflict Activities." Military Review 72 (October 1992): 42-54.

Rivkin, David B., Jr., and Darin R. Bartram. "Military Occupation: Legally Ensuring a Lasting Peace." Washington Quarterly 26 (Summer 2003): 87-103.

Rotberg, Robert I. "Failed States in a World of Terror." Foreign Affairs 81 (July-August 2002): 127-40.

Schadlow, Nadia. "War and the Art of Governance." Parameters 33 (Autumn 2003): 85-94.

Shultz, Richard H. "Peace Operations: Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Restoration-Assistance Missions." Special Warfare 7 (April 1994): 2-6.

Sorensen, Alan. "The Reluctant Nation Builders." Current History 102 (December 2003):
407-10.

Tiboni, Frank. "U.S. War Game Focus Shifts to Nation-Building." Defense News 18 (14 July
2003): 4.

Wedgwood, Ruth, and Harold K. Jacobson, eds. "Symposium: State Reconstruction after Civil Conflict." 8 articles. American Journal of International Law 95 (January 2001): 1-119.

 

       AFGHANISTAN

       Books, Documents, and Internet Resources

Afghan Reconstruction Steering Group. "Fact Sheet: Afghanistan Security and Reconstruction."
2 May 2003. Available from <http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2002/05/20020502-18.html>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Campbell, Kurt M., and Michèle A. Flournoy. "Rebuilding Failed States: Test Case Afghanistan." Chap. 13 in To Prevail: An American Strategy for the Campaign against Terrorism. Washington: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2001. 399pp. (HV6432 .C36 2001)

Center for Economic and Social Rights. Human Rights and Reconstruction in Afghanistan. Brooklyn: Center for Economic and Social Rights, May 2002. 72pp. Available from <http://www.cesr.org/Emergency%20Response/Afghanistan%20Reportfull.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 6 October 2003.

Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Association of the United States Army. "Rebuilding Afghanistan: The U.S. Role," by Robert Orr. Draft white paper for the Post-Conflict Reconstruction project. Updated 23 January 2002. 14pp.
Available from <http://www.csis.org/isp/pcr/afghanistan.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Cottey, Andrew. "Afghanistan and the New Dynamics of Intervention: Counter-Terrorism and Nation Building." Chap. 4 in SIPRI [Stockholm International Peace Research Institute] Yearbook 2003. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003. 847pp. (Ref JX1974 .S775 2003)

Council on Foreign Relations. "Afghanistan: Nation-building." Updated 24 April 2003. Available from <http://www.cfr.org/background/afghanistan_building.php>. Internet. Accessed 4 August 2003.

Dobbins, James, et al. "Afghanistan." Chap. 8 in America's Role in Nation-Building: From Germany to Iraq. Santa Monica: RAND, 2003. 244pp. (E840 .A639 2003) Also available from <http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1753>. Internet. Accessed 6 August 2003.

Dobriansky, Paula J. Women and the Transition to Democracy: Iraq, Afghanistan, and Beyond. Heritage Lectures No. 793. Washington: Heritage Foundation, 11 April 2003. 8pp. (HD87 .H26 no.793)

Durch, William J. Security and Peace Support in Afghanistan: Analysis and Short- to Medium-Term Options. Rev. 5. Washington: Henry L. Stimson Center, 31 July 2002. 21pp. (DS371.4 .D87 2002)

Edens, Timothy J. Nation Building in Afghanistan─A Disconnect between Security Means and Political Ends? Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 7 April 2003. 25pp. (AD-A415-736) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA415736>. Internet. Accessed 6 October 2003.

Goodson, Larry P. Afghanistan's Endless War: State Failure, Regional Politics, and the Rise of the Taliban. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2001. 264pp. (DS371.3 .G66 2001)

Grymes, Robert D. Establishing Security and Stability in Afghanistan. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 7 April 2003. 33pp. (AD-A415-725) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA415725>. Internet. Accessed 30 September 2003.

International Crisis Group. The Afghan Transitional Administration: Prospects and Perils. ICG Afghanistan Briefing Paper. Kabul: International Crisis Group, 30 July 2002. 19pp. (JZ5595 .I211A23 2002) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/asia/afghanistan_southasia/reports/A400719_30072002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Afghanistan and Central Asia: Priorities for Reconstruction and Development. ICG Asia Report No. 26. Osh: International Crisis Group, 27 November 2001. 36pp. (JZ5595 .I21 no.26) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/asia/centralasia/reports/A400497_27112001.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Afghanistan: Judicial Reform and Transitional Justice. ICG Asia Report No. 45. Kabul: International Crisis Group, 28 January 2003. 31pp. (JZ5595 .I21 no.45) Also available from
<http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/asia/afghanistan_southasia/reports/A400879_28012003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Afghanistan: The Problem of Pashtun Alienation. ICG Asia Report No. 62. Kabul: International Crisis Group, 5 August 2003. 36pp. (JZ5595 .I21 no.62)
Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/asia/afghanistan_southasia/reports/A401078_05082003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Afghanistan: Women and Reconstruction. ICG Asia Report No. 48. Kabul: International Crisis Group, 14 March 2003. 33pp. (JZ5595 .I21 no.48)
Also available from
<http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/asia/afghanistan_southasia/reports/A400919_14032003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Afghanistan's Flawed Constitutional Process. ICG Asia Report No. 56. Kabul: International Crisis Group, 12 June 2003. 43pp. (JZ5595 .I21 no.56)
Also available from <http://www.intl-crisis-group.org/projects/asia/afghanistan_southasia/reports/A401002_12062003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Peacebuilding in Afghanistan. ICG Asia Report No. 64. Kabul: International Crisis Group, 29 September 2003. 33pp. (JZ5595 .I21 no.64) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org//library/documents/asia/064___peacebuilding_in_afghanistan.pdf >. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

International Crisis Group. Securing Afghanistan: The Need for More International Action. ICG Asia Briefing Paper. Kabul: International Crisis Group, 15 March 2002. 11pp. (JZ5595 .I211 S22 2002) Also available from
<http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/asia/afghanistan_southasia/reports/A400585_15032002-2.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Disarmament and Reintegration in Afghanistan. ICG Asia Report No. 65. Kabul: International Crisis Group, 30 September 2003. 35pp. (JZ5595 .I21 no.65) Also available from
<http://www.crisisweb.org//library/documents/asia/ent_and_reintegration_in_afghanistan.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 21 October 2003.

"Joint Statement between the United States of America and Afghanistan." 27 February 2003. Available from <http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2003/02/20030227-22.html>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Millian, G. Joseph. Poppy Cultivation in Afghanistan: A Global Strategic Nemesis. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 7 April 2003. 23pp. (AD-A414-543) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA414543>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

Monshipouri, Mahmood. "NGOs [Nongovernmental Organizations] and Peacebuilding in Afghanistan." In Mitigating Conflict: The Role of NGOs, ed. Henry F. Carey and Oliver P. Richmond. Portland: Cass, 2003. 191pp. (JZ4841 .M37 2003)

National Defense University Library. Afghanistan MiPAL [Military Policy Awareness Link]. Available from <http:/merln.ndu.edu/mipal/Afghanistan.html>. Internet. Accessed 3 September 2003.

See especially the "Rebuilding Afghanistan" section.

National Public Radio. All Things Considered: September 2, 2003, Hour 2. Transcript produced by Burrelle's Information Services. Washington: National Public Radio, 2003. 20pp. (JQ1758 .A91A44 2003)

Olcott, Martha B. Preventing New Afghanistans: A Regional Strategy for Reconstruction. Policy Brief No. 11. Washington: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, January 2002. 7pp. (JZ5518 .C3P5 no.11) Also available from <http://www.ceip.org/files/pdf/Policybrief11.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

Ottaway, Marina, and Anatol Lieven. Rebuilding Afghanistan: Fantasy versus Reality. Policy Brief No. 12. Washington: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, January 2002. 7pp. (JZ5518 .C3P5 no.12) Also available from <http://www.ceip.org/files/pdf/Policybrief12.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

Rasanayagam, Angelo. Afghanistan: A Modern History: Monarchy, Despotism or Democracy? The Problems of Governance in the Muslim Tradition. New York: Tauris, 2003. 301pp. (DS361 .R17 2003)

Sifton, John, and Zama Coursen-Neff. "Killing You Is a Very Easy Thing for Us:" Human Rights Abuses in Southeast Afghanistan. New York: Human Rights Watch, July 2003. 102pp. (JC585 .H854 v.15 no.5)

U.S.-Afghanistan Reconstruction Council: Rebuilding One Community at a Time. Available from <http://www.us-arc.org>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

US-ARC is a coalition of American and Afghan professionals committed to rebuilding Afghanistan by focusing on education, health care, infrastructure, and social services in the poorest rural Afghan cities.

United States Central Command. Available from <http://www.centcom.mil>. Internet. Accessed 6 November 2003.

        Central Command's area of responsibility includes Afghanistan.

United States Institute of Peace. Unfinished Business in Afghanistan: Warlordism, Reconstruction, and Ethnic Harmony. Special Report No. 105. Washington: United States Institute of Peace, April 2003. 12pp. (JZ5584 .U6 SR no.105)  Also available from <http://www.usip.org/pubs/specialreports/sr105.html>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

White House. "Fact Sheet: Rebuilding Afghanistan."
Available from <http://www.whitehouse.gov/response/rebuildingafghanistan.html>. Internet. Accessed 2 September 2003.

Williams, Garland H. "Afghanistan." Chap. 4 in Post Conflict Reconstruction: On the Critical Path to Long-Term Peace. U.S. Army War College Senior Service College Fellowship Program Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 7 April 2003. 276pp. (AD-A416-581)

 

Videorecording

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. In the Company of Warlords. Princeton: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2002. Videodisc, 27 mins. (DVDs DS371.4 .I5 2002)

With the defeat of the Taliban, the United States and its allies are seeking to rebuild the
shattered country. This program looks at the obstacles hindering outside efforts to help
Afghanistan gain stability.

 

        Periodical Articles

Ahmad, Khabir. "After Years of War and Misrule, Kabul Struggles to Rebuild." Lancet 362 (23 August 2003): 622-23. Database on-line. Available from ProQuest. Accessed 20 October 2003.

Ahmad, Khabir. "Regional Instability Further Slows Afghanistan's Reconstruction." Lancet 360
(7 September 2002): 736. Database on-line. Available from ProQuest. Accessed 20 October 2003.

Ahmad, Khabir. "Warlords and Bandits Slow Afghanistan's Efforts to Rebuild." Lancet 362 (30 August 2003): 710-11. Database on-line. Available from ProQuest. Accessed 20 October 2003.

Brahimi, Lakhdar. "Afghanistan: Prospects for the Future." Georgetown Journal of International Affairs 4 (Summer/Fall 2003): 75-81.

Burgess, Mark. "The Afghan Campaign One Year On." Defense Monitor 31 (September 2002):
1-3.

Davis, Anthony. "Afghan Security Deteriorates as Taliban Regroup." Jane's Intelligence Review
15 (May 2003): 10-15.

Davis, Anthony, and Pierre-Arnaud Chouvy. "Afghanistan's Opium Production Rises Post-Taliban." Jane's Intelligence Review 14 (December 2002): 28-29.

Goodson, Larry. "Afghanistan's Long Road to Reconstruction." Journal of Democracy 14 (January 2003): 82-99.

Jalali, Ali A. "Afghanistan: The Anatomy of an Ongoing Conflict." Parameters 31 (Spring 2001): 85-98.

Jalali, Ali A. "Rebuilding Afghanistan's National Army." Parameters 32 (Autumn 2002): 72-86.

Kagan, Frederick W. "War and Aftermath." Policy Review 120 (August-September 2003): 3-27.

Kennedy, Harold. "Pentagon Broadens Duties for Its Civil Affairs Teams." National Defense 87 (February 2003): 36-39.

Khalilzad, Zalmay. "Anarchy in Afghanistan." Journal of International Affairs 51 (Summer 1997): 37-56.

Ottaway, Marina, and Anatol Lieven. "Rebuilding Afghanistan." Current History 101 (March 2002): 133-38.

Peck, Fred. "Somalia, Afghanistan: A Script for Reconstruction of Iraq." Sea Power 46 (April 2003): 78-81.

Reeves, Phil. "Afghanistan after the War Bodes Ill for Iraq." Washington Report on Middle East Affairs 22 (April 2003): 30-31.

Rubin, Barnett R. "Transitional Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan." International Affairs 79 (May 2003): 567-81.

Rubin, Barnett R., and Andrea Armstrong. "Regional Issues in the Reconstruction of Afghanistan." World Policy Journal 20 (Spring 2003): 31-40.

 

BOSNIA

Books, Documents, and Internet Resources

Anderson, Walter N. Peace with Honor: Enduring Truths, Lessons Learned and Implications for a Durable Peace in Bosnia. Land Warfare Papers No. 33. Arlington: Association of the United States Army, Institute of Land Warfare, September 1999. 16pp. (UA23 .A95 L16 no.33)

Bojicic-Dzelilovic, Vesna. "Managing Ethnic Conflicts: Democratic Decentralisation in Bosnia-Herzegovina." Chap. 10 in Can Democracy Be Designed? The Politics of Institutional Choice in Conflict-Torn Societies, ed. Sunil Bastian and Robin Luckham. New York: Zed Books, 2003. 336pp. (JC421 .C22 2003)

Bose, Sumantra. Bosnia after Dayton: Nationalist Partition and International Intervention. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. 295pp. (DR1752 .B674 2002)

Burg, Steven L. "Coercive Diplomacy in the Balkans: The U.S. Use of Force in Bosnia and Kosovo." Chap. 3 in The United States and Coercive Diplomacy, ed. Robert J. Art and Patrick M. Cronin. Washington: United States Institute of Peace Press, 2003. 442pp. (JZ1480 .U53 2003)

Cousens, Elizabeth M. "Building Peace in Bosnia." Chap. 5 in Peacebuilding as Politics: Cultivating Peace in Fragile Societies, ed. Elizabeth M. Cousens and Chetan Kumar. Boulder: Rienner, 2001. 248pp. (HV544.5 .P424 2001)

Cousens, Elizabeth M., and Charles K. Cater. Toward Peace in Bosnia: Implementing the Dayton Accords. Boulder: Rienner, 2001. 189pp. (DR1313.7 .P43C57 2001)

Cox, Marcus. "Building Democracy from the Outside: The Dayton Agreement in Bosnia and Herzegovina." Chap. 9 in Can Democracy Be Designed? The Politics of Institutional Choice in Conflict-Torn Societies, ed. Sunil Bastian and Robin Luckham. New York: Zed Books, 2003. 336pp. (JC421 .C22 2003)

Dobbins, James, et al. "Bosnia." Chap. 6 in America's Role in Nation-Building: From Germany to Iraq. Santa Monica: RAND, 2003. 244pp. (E840 .A639 2003) Also available from <http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1753>. Internet. Accessed 6 August 2003.

Fagen, Patricia W. "The Long-Term Challenges of Reconstruction and Reintegration: Case Studies of Haiti and Bosnia-Herzegovina." Chap. 11 in Refugees and Forced Displacement: International Security, Human Vulnerability, and the State, ed. Edward Newman and Joanne van Selm. New York: United Nations University Press, 2003. 391pp. (JV6346 .R4R44 2003)

Hertić, Zlatko, Amela Šapčanin, and Susan L. Woodward. "Bosnia and Herzegovina." Chap. 8 in Good Intentions: Pledges of Aid for Postconflict Recovery, ed. Shepard Forman and Stewart Patrick. Boulder: Rienner, 2000. 432pp. (HC60 .G598 2000)

International Crisis Group. After Milosevic: A Practical Agenda for Lasting Balkans Peace. ICG Balkans Report No. 108. Brussels: International Crisis Group, 1 April 2001. 337pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no. 108) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org//library/documents/report_archive/A400472_01042001.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 27 October 2003.

International Crisis Group. Bosnia: Reshaping the International Machinery. ICG Balkans Report No. 121. Sarajevo: International Crisis Group, 29 November 2001. 30pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.121) Also available from
<http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/bosnia/reports/A400499_29112001-1.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Bosnia's Alliance for (Smallish) Change. ICG Balkans Report No. 132. Sarajevo: International Crisis Group, 2 August 2002. 32pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.132)
Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/bosnia/reports/A400725_02082002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Bosnia's Brcko: Getting in, Getting on and Getting Out. ICG Balkans Report No. 144. Sarajevo: International Crisis Group, 2 June 2003. 43pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.144) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/bosnia/reports/A400987_02062003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Bosnia's Nationalist Governments: Paddy Ashdown and the
Paradoxes of State Building.
ICG Balkans Report No. 146. Sarajevo: International Crisis Group, 22 July 2003. 53pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.146) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/bosnia/reports/A401057_22072003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Bosnia's Precarious Economy: Still Not Open for Business. ICG Balkans Report No. 115. Sarajevo: International Crisis Group, 7 August 2001. 58pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.115) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/bosnia/reports/A400375_07082001.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. The Continuing Challenge of Refugee Return in Bosnia & Herzegovina. ICG Balkans Report No. 137. Sarajevo: International Crisis Group, 13 December 2002. 49pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.137) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/bosnia/reports/A400847_13122002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Courting Disaster: The Misrule of Law in Bosnia & Herzegovina. ICG Balkans Report No. 127. Sarajevo: International Crisis Group, 25 March 2002. 65pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.127) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/bosnia/reports/A400592_25032002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Implementing Equality: The "Constituent Peoples" Decision in Bosnia & Herzegovina. ICG Balkans Report No. 128. Sarajevo: International Crisis Group, 16 April 2002. 36pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.128) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/bosnia/reports/A400618_16042002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. No Early Exit: NATO's [North Atlantic Treaty Organization's] Continuing Challenge in Bosnia. ICG Balkans Report No. 110. Sarajevo: International Crisis Group, 22 May 2001. 22pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.110) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/bosnia/reports/A400297_22052001.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Policing the Police in Bosnia: A Further Reform Agenda. ICG Balkans Report No. 130. Sarajevo: International Crisis Group, 10 May 2002. 73pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.130) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/bosnia/reports/A400644_10052002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Turning Strife to Advantage: A Blueprint to Integrate the Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina. ICG Balkans Report No. 106. Sarajevo: International Crisis Group, 15 March 2001. 9pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.106) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/bosnia/reports/A400261_15032001.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. The Wages of Sin: Confronting Bosnia's Republika Srpska. ICG Balkans Report No. 118. Sarajevo: International Crisis Group, 8 October 2001. 56pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.118) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/bosnia/reports/A400445_08102001.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

Job, Cvijeto. Yugoslavia's Ruin: The Bloody Lessons of Nationalism, a Patriot's Warning. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002. 303pp. (DR1282 .J63 2002)

Kaldor, Mary. "Security Structures in Bosnia and Herzegovina." In Governing Insecurity: Democratic Control of Military and Security Establishments in Transitional Democracies, ed. Gavin Cawthra and Robin Luckham. New York: Zed Books, 2003. 340pp. (JF195 .G68 2003)

Lommen, André. Bosnia and Hercegovina: Unfinished Business: Return of Displaced Persons and Other Human Rights Issues in Bijeljina. New York: Human Rights Watch, May 2000. 77pp. (JC585 .H855 v.12 no.7)

Maness, David L. Bosnia-Herzegovina: More Time Is Required. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 10 April 2001. 33pp. (AD-A389-924) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA389924>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

Peuraca, Branka. Can Faith-Based NGOs [Nongovernmental Organizations] Advance Interfaith Reconciliation? The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Special Report No. 103. Washington: United States Institute of Peace, March 2003. 11pp. (JZ5548 .U6 SR no.103) Also available from <http://www.usip.org/pubs/specialreports/sr103.html>. Internet. Accessed 27 October 2003.

Smillie, Ian, and Goran Todorović. "Reconstructing Bosnia, Constructing Civil Society: Disjuncture and Convergence." Chap. 2 in Patronage or Partnership: Local Capacity Building in Humanitarian Crises, ed. Ian Smillie. Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press, 2001. 212pp. (HV555 .D48P38 2001)

Sokolović, Džemal, and Florian Bieber, eds. Reconstructing Multiethnic Societies: The Case of Bosnia-Herzegovia. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2001. 224pp. (DR1673 .R43 2001)

U.S. Army Peacekeeping Institute. SFOR [Stabilization Force in Bosnia] Lessons Learned in Creating a Secure Environment with Respect for the Rule of Law. Mac Warner, Team Chief. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army Peacekeeping Institute, May 2000. 45pp. (U413 .P2S25 2000)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Bosnia Peace Operation: Crime and Corruption Threaten Successful Implementation of the Dayton Peace Agreement: Report to Congressional Requesters. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, July 2000. 77pp. (JN2203 .A56C63 2000)

Vandenberg, Martina. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Hopes Betrayed: Trafficking of Women and Girls to Post-Conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina for Forced Prostitution. New York: Human Rights Watch, November 2002. 73pp. (JC585 .H855 v.l4 no.9)

Walsh, Martha. "Women's Organizations in Postconflict Bosnia and Herzegovina." Chap. 6 in Women and Civil War: Impact, Organizations, and Action, ed. Krishna Kumar. Boulder: Rienner, 2001. 253pp. (HQ1236 .W634 2001)

Western, Jon W., and Daniel Serwer. Bosnia's Next Five Years: Dayton and Beyond. Special Report No. 62. Washington: United States Institute of Peace, 3 November 2000. 11pp. (JZ5584 .U6 SR no.62) Also available from <http://www.usip.org/pubs/specialreports/sr001103.html>. Accessed 30 October 2003.

Williams, Garland H. "Bosnia." Chap. 2 in Post Conflict Reconstruction: On the Critical Path to Long-Term Peace. U.S. Army War College Senior Service College Fellowship Program Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 7 April 2003. 276pp. (AD-A416-581)

Woodward, Susan L. "Bosnia and Herzegovina: How Not to End Civil War." Chap. 3 in Civil Wars, Insecurity, and Intervention, ed. Barbara F. Walter and Jack Snyder. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999. 331pp. (U240 .C584 1999)

Woodward, Susan L. "Comprised Sovereignty to Create Sovereignty: Is Dayton Bosnia a Futile Exercise or an Emerging Model?" Chap. 9 in Problematic Sovereignty: Contested Rules and Political Possibilities. New York: Columbia University Press, 2001. 367pp. (KZ4041 .P76 2001)

 

        Periodical Articles

Black, Richard. "Return and Reconstruction in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Missing Link, or Mistaken Priority?" SAIS Review 21 (Summer-Fall 2001): 177-99.

Cairns, James L. "Meanwhile in Bosnia." Christian Century 116 (14-21 July 1999): 702-03.

Carey, Henry F. "U.S. Domestic Politics and the Emerging Humanitarian Intervention Policy: Haiti, Bosnia, and Kosovo." World Affairs 164 (Fall 2001): 72-82.

Daalder, Ivo H., and Michael B.G. Froman. "Dayton's Incomplete Peace." Foreign Affairs 78 (November-December 1999): 106-13.

Fitzpatrick, Joan. "Temporary Protection of Refugees: Elements of a Formalized Regime." American Journal of International Law 94 (April 2000): 279-306.

Knaus, Gerald, and Felix Martin. "Lessons from Bosnia and Herzegovina: Travails of the European Raj." Journal of Democracy 14 (July 2003): 60-74

Leverington, Robert. "Rebuilding Bosnia." Civil Engineering 68 (February 1998): 57-60. Database on-line. Available from ProQuest. Accessed 31 October 2003.

        An Army reservist's firsthand account of construction in a country destroyed by war.

Manning, Carrie, and Miljenko Antić. "Lessons from Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Limits of Electoral Engineering." Journal of Democracy 14 (July 2003): 45-59.

Orsini, Dominique. "Security-Sector Restructuring in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Addressing the Divisions?" Conflict, Security & Development 3 (April 2003): 73-95.

Rosenstock, Robert, and Benjamin K. Grimes. "Current Developments: Creating the Legal Framework of the Brčko District of Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Model for the Region and Other Postconflict Countries." American Journal of International Law 97 (January 2003): 111-67.

Schindler, John. "Bosnia: Five Years after Dayton." Jane's Intelligence Review 12 (May 2000): 18-21.

Vuckovic, Gojko. "Promoting Peace and Democracy in the Aftermath of the Balkan Wars: Comparative Assessment of the Democratization and Institution-Building Processes in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Former Yugoslavia." World Affairs 162 (Summer 1999): 3-10.

Young, Penny. "Building Bridges in Bosnia." History Today 50 (February 2000): 6-7. Database on-line. Available from ProQuest. Accessed 31 October 2003.

Zaum, Dominik. "The Paradox of Sovereignty: International Involvement in Civil Service Reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina." International Peacekeeping 10 (Autumn 2003): 102-20. 

        HAITI

Books, Documents, and Internet Resources

Caslen, Robert L., Jr. Sustaining Democracy in Haiti: Challenges for the U.S. and the International Community. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 2 April 1996. (AD-A309-306) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA309306>. Internet. Accessed 17 October 2003.

Dobbins, James, et al. "Haiti." Chap. 5 in America's Role in Nation-Building: From Germany to Iraq. Santa Monica: RAND, 2003. 244pp. (E840 .A639 2003) Also available from <http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1753>. Internet. Accessed 6 August 2003.

Duncan, Raymond J., Jr. Achieving U.S. National Interests in Haiti. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 9 April 2002. 26pp. (AD-A401-862) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA401862>. Internet. Accessed 17 October 2003.

Dunn, James L. Upholding/Restoring Democracy in Haiti: Did We Achieve Our Policy Objectives? Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 10 April 2001. 37pp. (AD-A390-611) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA390611>. Internet. Accessed 17 October 2003.

Fagen, Patricia W. "The Long-Term Challenges of Reconstruction and Reintegration: Case Studies of Haiti and Bosnia-Herzegovina." Chap. 11 in Refugees and Forced Displacement: International Security, Human Vulnerability, and the State, ed. Edward Newman and Joanne van Selm. New York: United Nations University Press, 2003. 391pp. (JV6346 .R4R44 2003)

Fatton, Robert, Jr. Haiti's Predatory Republic: The Unending Transition to Democracy. Boulder: Rienner, 2002. 237pp. (F1928.2 .F38 2002)

Fauriol, Georges A. "Haiti: The Failure of Governance." Chap. 25 in Latin American Politics and Development, ed. Howard J. Wiarda and Harvey F. Kline. 5th ed., rev. and updated. Boulder: Westview, 2000. 610pp. (F1410 .L39 2000)

Gibbons, Elizabeth D. Sanctions in Haiti: Human Rights and Democracy under Assault. Westport: Praeger, 1999. 138pp. (HF1501 .G53 1999)

Kumar, Chetan. "Peacebuilding in Haiti." Chap. 2 in Peacebuilding as Politics: Cultivating Peace in Fragile Societies, ed. Elizabeth M. Cousens and Chetan Kumar. Boulder: Rienner, 2001. 248pp. (HV544.5 .P424 2001)

Llach, Nancy C. Security in Haiti: 1995-1997. Washington: U.S. Information Agency, Office of Research and Media Reaction, 26 November 1997. 26pp. (JX1417 .O65 M-97-197)

Leurdijk, Dick A., and Christel Bottenheft. The Case of Haiti, 1993-1995: A Review of Resolutions. The Hague: Nederlands Instituut voor Internationale Betrekkingen Clingendael, December 1995. 21pp. (JX1977 .A593L24 1995)

McCoy, Jennifer. Haiti: Prospects for Political and Economic Reconstruction. Cambridge: World Peace Foundation, 1995. 22pp. (F1928.2 .M431 1995)

Malone, David. Decision-Making in the UN [United Nations] Security Council: The Case of Haiti, 1990-1997. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. 322pp. (JZ5006.7 .M35 1998)

Mangones, Kathy. "Alternative Food Aid Strategies and Local Capacity Building in Haiti." Chap. 3 in Patronage or Partnership: Local Capacity Building in Humanitarian Crises, ed. Ian Smillie. Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press, 2001. 212pp. (HV555 .D48P38 2001)

Myers, Graves T., IV. The Development of the Civil Police in Haiti, September 1994 to August 1996. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 14 April 1997. 49pp. (AD-A326-575) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA326575>. Internet. Accessed 17 October 2003.

Pastor, Robert A. "The Delicate Balance between Coercion and Diplomacy: The Case of Haiti, 1994." Chap. 4 in United States and Coercive Diplomacy, ed. Robert J. Art and Patrick M. Cronin. Washington: United States Institute of Peace Press, 2003. 442pp. (JZ1480 .U53 2003)

Perusse, Roland I. Haitian Democracy Restored, 1991-1995. Lanham: University Press of America, 1995. 170pp. (F1928.2 .P47 1995)

Rotberg, Robert I., ed. Haiti Renewed: Political and Economic Prospects. Washington: Brookings Institution Press, 1997. 245pp. (JL1090 .H35 1997)

Simmons, J. Mike. The Challenges of Haiti's Future: Implications for U.S. Policy and Strategy. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 9 April 2002. 29pp. (AD-A401-882) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA401882>. Internet. Accessed 17 October 2003.

Stotzky, Irwin P. Silencing the Guns in Haiti: The Promise of Deliberative Democracy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997. 294pp. (JL1090 .S75 1997)

 

        Periodical Articles

Aristide, Jean-Bertrand. "Passing Milestones: Political and Economic Renewal in Haiti." Harvard International Review 18 (Spring 1996): 42-43, 77-78.

Aristide, Jean-Bertrand. "Rebuilding Haiti." Interview by Patrick H. Samway. America 176 (15 February 1997): 12-16. Database on-line. Available from ProQuest. Accessed 3 November 2003.

Bain, James. "Haiti's Huge Challenge Now Is to Go It Alone." Jane's Defence Weekly 29 (14 January 1998): 21-22.

Baumann, Robert F. "Operation Uphold Democracy: Power under Control." Military Review 77 (July-August 1997): 13-21.

Bratt, Duane. "Chapter VII: Peacekeeping and International Law." Peacekeeping & International Relations 26 (November-December 1997): 5-6.

        Implications of using Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter.

Carey, Henry F. "U.S. Domestic Politics and the Emerging Humanitarian Intervention Policy: Haiti, Bosnia, and Kosovo." World Affairs 164 (Fall 2001): 72-82.

Constable, Pamela. "A Fresh Start for Haiti?" Current History 95 (February 1996): 65-69.

Farmer, Paul. "Haitian Refugees, Sovereignty and Globalization." America 189 (15 September 2003): 11-13. Database on-line. Available from ProQuest. Accessed 3 November 2003.

Farmer, Paul, Mary C. Smith Fawzi, and Patrice Nevil. "Unjust Embargo of Aid for Haiti." Lancet 361 (1 February 2003): 420-23. Database on-line. Available from ProQuest. Accessed 3 November 2003.

Fishel, John T. "Operation Uphold Democracy: Old Principles, New Realities." Military Review 77 (July-August 1997): 22-30.

Lundahl, Mats, and Rubén Silié. "Economic Reform in Haiti: Past Failures and Future Success?" Comparative Economic Studies 40 (Spring 1998): 43-71. Database on-line. Available from ProQuest. Accessed 3 November 2003.

Malone, David. "Haiti and the International Community: A Case Study." Survival 39 (Summer 1997): 126-46.

Morrell, James R., Rachel Neild, and Hugh Byrne. "Haiti and the Limits to Nation-Building." Current History 98 (March 1999): 127-32.

Pei, Minxin. "Implementing the Institutions of Democracy." International Journal on World Peace 19 (December 2002): 3-31. Database on-line. Available from ProQuest. Accessed 3 November 2003.

 

IRAQ

Books, Documents, and Internet Resources

Amnesty International. "Iraq: Memorandum on Concerns Relating to Law and Order." 23 July 2003. Available from <http://web.amnesty.org/library/Index/ENGMDE141572003>. Internet. Accessed 4 August 2003.

Bassiouni, M. Cherif. Iraq Post-Conflict Justice: A Proposed Plan. Rev. Chicago: DePaul University College of Law, International Human Rights Law Institute, 13 May 2003. 101pp. Available from <http://web.amnesty.org/library/Index/ENGMDE141572003>. Internet. Accessed 20 August 2003.

Bush, George W. "President Bush Discusses Progress in Iraq." Press release. 23 July 2003. Available from <http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2003/07/20030723-1.html>. Internet. Accessed 28 August 2003.

Bush, George W. "President Discusses the Future of Iraq." Press release. 28 April 2003. Available from <http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2003/04/iraq/20030428-3.html>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Center for Strategic and International Studies. Post-War Iraq: Are We Ready? Frederick D. Barton and Bathsheba N. Crocker, Project Directors. Washington: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 3 June 2003. 12pp. Available from <http://www.csis.org/isp/areweready2.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Center for Strategic and International Studies. A Wiser Peace: An Action Strategy for a Post-Conflict Iraq. Frederick D. Barton and Bathsheba N. Crocker, Project Directors. Washington: Center for Strategic and International Studies, January 2003. 27pp. (DS79.755 .B17 2003)
Also available from <http://www.csis.org/isp/wiserpeace.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Center for Strategic and International Studies. A Wiser Peace: An Action Strategy for a Post-Conflict Iraq. Supplement I: Background Information on Iraq's Financial Obligations.
Frederick D. Barton and Bathsheba N. Crocker, Project Directors. Washington: Center
for Strategic and International Studies, 23 January 2003. 6pp. Available from
<http://www.csis.org/isp/wiserpeace_I.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Center for Strategic and International Studies. A Wiser Peace: An Action Strategy for a Post-Conflict Iraq. Supplement II: An Overview of the Oil-for-Food Program. Frederick D.
Barton and Bathsheba N. Crocker, Project Directors. Washington: Center for Strategic and
International Studies, 14 February 2003. 19pp. Available from
<http://www.csis.org/isp/wiserpeace_II.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Clawson, Patrick, ed. How to Build a New Iraq after Saddam. Washington: Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 2002. 93pp. (E902 .H69 2002)

Coalition Provisional Authority. Available from <http://cpa-iraq.org>. Internet. Accessed 5
November 2003.

Includes official documents, such as regulations, orders, public notices, budget, press
releases, fact sheets, Iraqi ministries information, and more.

Cordesman, Anthony H. "Grand Strategy: The Civilian Aspects of Nation Building and the Challenge of Winning the Peace." Chap. 17 in The Iraq War: Strategy, Tactics, and Military Lessons. Washington: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2003. 572pp. (DS79.76 .C56 2003)

Council on Foreign Relations. "Iraq Postwar Government." Updated 2 June 2003. Available from <http://www.cfr.org/background/background_iraq_govern.php>. Internet. Accessed 4 August 2003.

Council on Foreign Relations. Iraq: The Day After: Report of an Independent Task Force Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations. Thomas R. Pickering and James R. Schlesinger, Co-chairs. March 2003. 72pp. Available from <http://www.cfr.org/pdf/Iraq_DayAfter_TF.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 20 August 2003.

Council on Foreign Relations, and Rice University's James A. Baker III Institute for Public
Policy. Guiding Principles for U.S. Post-Conflict Policy in Iraq: Report of an Independent Working Group. Edward P. Djerejian and Frank G. Wisner, Co-chairs. December 2002.
40pp. Available from <http://www.cfr.org/pdf/Post-War_Iraq.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 20
August 2003.

Crane, Conrad C., and W. Andrew Terrill. Reconstructing Iraq: Insights, Challenges, and Missions for Military Forces in a Post-Conflict Scenario. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, February 2003. 78pp. (U413 .A66C74 2003) Also available from <http://www.carlisle.army.mil/ssi/pubs/2003/reconirq/reconirq.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 6 October 2003.

Dannheisser, Ralph. "Officials Cite Major Progress in Postwar Reconstruction of Iraq." Policy text. U.S. Department of State, International Information Programs, 8 October 2003. Available from <http://usinfo.state.gov/topical/pol/terror/texts/03100803.htm>. Internet. Accessed 5 November 2003.

Davies, Paul, and Peter Young. Towards an Economic and Governance Agenda for a New Iraq. London: Adam Smith Institute, International Division, March 2003. 27pp. Available from <http://www.adamsmithinstitute.com/public_assets/181ASI_IraqPaper.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 5 August 2003.

Democratic Principles Work Group. Final Report on the Transition to Democracy in Iraq. November 2002. 98pp. Available from <http://www.iraqfoundation.org/studies/2002/dec/study.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 5 August 2003.

Dobbins, James, et al. "Iraq." Chap. 10 in America's Role in Nation-Building: From Germany to Iraq. Santa Monica: RAND, 2003. 244pp. (E840 .A639 2003) Also available from <http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1753>. Internet. Accessed 6 August 2003.

Dobriansky, Paula J. Women and the Transition to Democracy: Iraq, Afghanistan, and Beyond. Heritage Lectures No. 793. Washington: Heritage Foundation, 11 April 2003. 8pp. (HD87 .H26 no.793)

Dodge, Toby, and Steven Simon, eds. Iraq at the Crossroads: State and Society in the Shadow of Regime Change. Adelphi Papers No. 354. New York: Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2003. 178pp. (U162 .A3 no.354)

Eisenstadt, Michael, and Eric Mathewson, eds. U.S. Policy in Post-Saddam Iraq: Lessons from the British Experience. Washington: Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 2003. 84pp. (DS70.96 .G7U53 2003)

Ghai, Yash, Mark Lattimer, and Yahia Said. Building Democracy in Iraq. London: Minority Rights Group International, 2003. 44pp. (JC599 .I72G52 2003)

Human Rights Watch. Background on the Crisis in Iraq. Available from <http://www.hrw.org/campaigns/iraq>. Internet. Accessed 7 November 2003.

        Numerous links to reports, press releases, and commentary.

Human Rights Watch. Iraq: Hearts and Minds: Post-War Civilian Deaths in Baghdad Caused by U.S. Forces. New York: Human Rights Watch, October 2003. 72pp. (JC585 .H858 v.15, no.9) Also available from <http://www.hrw.org/reports/2003/iraq1003/iraq1003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 7 November 2003.

International Crisis Group. Baghdad: A Race against the Clock. ICG Middle East Briefing Paper. Baghdad: International Crisis Group, 11 June 2003. 18pp. (JZ5595 .I281B13 2003)
Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/middleeast/iraq_iran_gulf/reports/A401000_11062003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Governing Iraq. ICG Middle East Report No. 17. Baghdad: International Crisis Group, 25 August 2003. 38pp. (JZ5595 .I28 no.17) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/middleeast/iraq_iran_gulf/reports/A401098_25082003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 25 September 2003.

International Crisis Group. Iraq's Shiites under Occupation. Middle East Briefing. Baghdad: International Crisis Group, 9 September 2003. 23pp. (JZ5595.I281I71 2003)
Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/middleeast/iraq_iran_gulf/reports/A401120_09092003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 6 October 2003.

International Crisis Group. War in Iraq: Managing Humanitarian Relief. ICG Middle East Report No. 12. Amman: International Crisis Group, 27 March 2003. 31pp. (JZ5595 .I28 no.12)
Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org//library/documents/report_archive/A400930_27032003.pdf >. Internet. Accessed 17 October 2003.

International Crisis Group. War in Iraq: Political Challenges after the Conflict. ICG Middle East Report No. 11. Amman: International Crisis Group, 25 March 2003. 43pp. (JZ5595 .I28 no.11) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/middleeast/iraq_iran_gulf/reports/A400927_25032003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

Iraq Foundation. Available from <http://www.iraqfoundation.org>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

        Homepage of the Iraq Foundation, which works for democracy and human rights in Iraq.

Iraq Reconstruction Assessment Mission. Iraq's Post-Conflict Reconstruction: A Field Review and Recommendations. 17 July 2003. Available from <www.csis.org/isp/pcr/IraqTrip.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 6 November 2003.

Report from a team of experts in the field of post-conflict reconstruction, following a trip to Iraq, 27 June-7 July 2003.

Jennings, Ray S. After Saddam Hussein: Winning a Peace If It Comes to War. Special Report No. 102. Washington: United States Institute of Peace, February 2003. Available from <http://www.usip.org/pubs/specialreports/sr102.html>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Jennings, Ray S. The Road Ahead: Lessons in Nation Building from Japan, Germany, and Afghanistan for Postwar Iraq. Washington: United States Institute of Peace, 2003. 41pp. (JZ5584 .U6P43 no.49) Also available from <http://www.usip.org/pubs/peaceworks/pwks49.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Larson, Alan P. "Iraq Reconstruction an International Responsibility, Larson Says." Special briefing. U.S. Department of State, International Information Programs, 4 September 2003. Available from <http://usinfo.state.gov/topical/pol/terror/texts/03090434.htm>. Internet. Accessed 5 November 2003.

Masci, David. Rebuilding Iraq: Will the U.S. Effort Succeed? CQ Researcher Vol. 13, No. 26. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 25 July 2003. 24pp. Database on-line. Available from CQ Library. Accessed 26 November 2003.

Murphy, Dennis, Curtis Turner, and Bob Hesse. The Day After: The Army in a Post-Conflict Iraq. CSL Issue Paper Vol. 14-02. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, Center for Strategic Leadership, December 2002. 4pp. (U413 .C75 I7 02-14) Also available from <http://www.carlisle.army.mil/usacsl/Publications/CSL%20Issue%20Paper%2014-02.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

National Defense University Library. Iraq—Policy Documents: A Central Repository of Publicly Available Policy Documents. Available from <http://merln.ndu.edu/policyfileiraq.html>. Internet. Accessed 6 October 2003.

Includes official policy on Iraq from the White House, Department of Defense, Department of State, Department of Homeland Security, and Central Intelligence Agency.

National Public Radio. All Things Considered: September 2, 2003, Hour 2. Transcript produced by Burrelle's Information Services. Washington: National Public Radio, 2003. 20pp. (JQ1758 .A91A44 2003)

National Public Radio. All Things Considered: October 15, 2003, Hour 2. Transcript produced by Burrelle's Information Services. Washington: National Public Radio, 2003. 24pp. (DS79.76 .A44 2003)

Perito, Robert. Establishing the Rule of Law in Iraq. Special Report No. 104. Washington: United States Institute of Peace, April 2003. 16pp. (JZ5584 .U6 RS no.104) Also available from <http://www.usip.org/pubs/specialreports/sr104.html>. Internet. Accessed 30 October 2003.

Rice, Condoleezza. "Dr. Condoleezza Rice Discusses Iraq Reconstruction." Press briefing. 4 April 2003.
Available from <http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2003/06/print/20030612-12.html>. Internet. Accessed 28 August 2003.

Open Society Institute, and United Nations Foundation. Reconstructing Iraq: A Guide to the
Issues.
Washington: Open Society Institute, 30 May 2003. 77pp. (DS79.76 .R21 2003 )
Also available from <http://www.osi-dc.org/reconstructing_iraq.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Ottaway, Marina, and Judith Yaphe. Political Reconstruction in Iraq: A Reality Check. Washington: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 27 March 2003. 8pp. Available from <http://www.ceip.org/files/pdf/IraqBrief.Ottaway.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Ottaway, Marina, and Thomas Carothers. The Right Road to Sovereignty in Iraq. Policy Brief No. 27. Washington: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, October 2003. 8pp. (JZ5518 .C3P5 no.27)
Also available from <http://www.ceip.org/files/publications/documents/Policybrief27_000.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

Ottaway, Marina, et al. Democratic Mirage in the Middle East. Policy Brief No. 20. Washington: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, October 2002. 7pp. (JZ5518 .C3P5 no.20) Also available from <http://www.ceip.org/files/pdf/Policybrief20.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

Rice, Condoleezza. "Dr. Condoleezza Rice Discusses Iraq Reconstruction." 4 April 2003. Available from <http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2003/04/20030404-12.html>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Sifry, Micah L., and Christopher Cerf, eds. "The Future of Iraq." Chap. 13 in The Iraq War Reader: History, Documents, Opinions. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2003. 715pp. (DS79.76 .I73 2003)

Terrill, W. Andrew. Nationalism, Sectarianism, and the Future of the U.S. Presence in Post-Saddam Iraq. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, July 2003. 50pp. (U413 .A66T27 2003) Also available from <http://www.carlisle.army.mil/ssi/pubs/2003/postsadm/postsadm.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

UNICEF. The Situation of Children in Iraq: An Assessment Based on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Reprinted March 2003 with updated Malnutrition Information. 70pp. Available from <http://www.casi.org.uk/info/unicef0202.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

United Nations Association of the United States of America. "Rebuilding Iraq: How the United States and United Nations Can Work Together."  Available from <http://www.unausa.org/issues/iraq/rebuildingiraq.asp>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

United Nations Environment Programme. Desk Study on the Environment in Iraq. Nairobi: United Nations Environment Programme, 2003. 98pp. Available from <http://www.reliefweb.int/library/documents/2003/unep-irq-24apr.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 18 August 2003.

United Nations Security Council. Resolution 1483. S/RES/1483(2003). New York: United Nations, 22 May 2003. 7pp. Database on-line. Available from UN Official Document System. Accessed 25 July 2003.

Grants wide interim governance powers and control over the collection and disbursement of
Iraqi oil revenue to the United States and its coalition partners, and confers on them the status of an occupying power.

U.S. Army War College. Strategic Studies Institute. Strategic Effects of the Conflict with Iraq. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, March 2003. 3 vols.

        Manwaring, Max G. Latin America. 15pp. (U413 .A66S757 2003)
        Gupta, Amit. South Asia. 13pp. (U413 .A66S755 2003)
        Smith, Anthony L. Southeast Asia. 15pp. (U413 .A66S756 2003)

Special series of monographs assessing the effect of the war with Iraq in various regions.
Also available from <http://www.carlisle.army.mil/ssi>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

United States Central Command. Available from <http://www.centcom.mil>. Internet. Accessed 6 November 2003.

        Central Command's area of responsibility includes Iraq.

U.S. Congressional Budget Office. An Analysis of the U.S. Military's Ability to Sustain an Occupation of Iraq. Washington: U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 3 September 2003. 41pp. (DS79.76 .A51 2003)

U.S. Department of Commerce. Iraq Reconstruction Task Force. Rebuilding Iraq. Available from <http://www.export.gov/iraq>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

        Task Force created to help U.S. companies participate in the economic rebuilding of Iraq.

U.S. Department of State. Bureau of International Information Programs. Duty to the Future: Free Iraqis Plan for a New Iraq. Washington: U.S. Department of State, April 2003. 32pp. Available from <http://usinfo.state.gov/products/pubs/dutyiraq/dutyiraq.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 5 November 2003.

U.S. Department of State. Bureau of International Information Programs. Iraq Liberated. Available from <http://usinfo.state.gov/regional/nea/iraq>. Internet. Accessed 5 November 2003.

        Contains policy documents, key reports, fact sheets, publications, etc.

U.S. General Accounting Office. Rebuilding Iraq. GAO-03-792R. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 15 May 2003. 31pp. Available from <http://www.gao.gov>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

White House. Renewal in Iraq. Available from <http://www.whitehouse.gov/infocus/iraq>. Internet. Accessed 6 November 2003.

        Contains key information and news about Iraq.

White, Thomas E., et al. Reconstructing Eden: A Comprehensive Plan for the Post-war Political and Economic Development of Iraq. Houston: Country Watch, August 2003. 380pp. (HC415.4 .R43 2003)

 

Periodical Articles

Alterman, Jon B. "Not in My Backyard: Iraq's Neighbors' Interests." Washington Quarterly 26 (Summer 2003): 149-60.

Barnett, Jon, Beth Eggleston, and Michael Webber. "Peace and Development in Post-War Iraq." Middle East Policy 10 (Fall 2003): 22-32.

Byman, Daniel L. "Building the New Iraq: The Role of Intervening Forces." Survival 45 (Summer 2003): 57-71.

Byman, Daniel L., and Kenneth M. Pollack. "Democracy in Iraq?" Washington Quarterly 26 (Summer 2003): 119-36.

Chalabi, Ahmad. "Is There Life after Saddam? An Interview with the Iraqi National Congress Chairman." Interview by Mariya Rasner. Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 27 (Winter-Spring 2003): 17-28.

Chesterman, Simon. "Building a State in Iraq: Is There a Good Precedent?" Interview by Priscilla Ryan. Journal on International Affairs 57 (Fall 2003): 219-25.

Dawisha, Adeed, and Karen Dawisha. "How to Build a Democratic Iraq." Foreign Affairs 82 (May-June 2003): 36-50.

Democratic Principles Working Group. "Iraqi Opposition Report on the Transition to Democracy." Journal of Democracy 14 (July 2003): 14-29.

        Excerpts from the Final Report on the Transition to Democracy in Iraq, issued December 2002, which is available on the journal's website <http://www.journalofdemocracy.org>. Accessed 14 August 2003.

Dowd, Alan W. "Thirteen Years: The Causes and Consequences of the War in Iraq." Parameters 33 (Autumn 2003): 46-60.

"From Victory to Success: Afterwar Policy in Iraq." Foreign Policy, no. 137 (July-August 2003):
49-72. Also available from <http://www.foreignpolicy.com/issue_julaug_2003/afterwar.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

        Special report on postwar issues by the associates of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Gopal, Neena. "Adnan Pachachi: Iraqis 'Should Run Post-War Iraq.'" Washington Report on Middle East Affairs 22 (May 2003): 16-17.

Harris, Shane. "Remaking Iraq: Even More Than the U.S. Government, Giant Corporations Are Shaping the New Middle Eastern State." Government Executive 35 (August 2003): 28-36.

Kagan, Frederick W. "War and Aftermath." Policy Review 120 (August-September 2003): 3-27.

Looney, Robert. "A Monetary/Exchange-Rate Strategy for the Reconstruction of Iraq." Middle East Policy 10 (Fall 2003): 33-42.

MacGinty, Roger. "The Pre-War Reconstruction of Post-War Iraq." Third World Quarterly 24 (August 2003): 601-17.

Mackinlay, John. "Iraq Campaign Failed to Plan for Peacekeeping." Jane's Intelligence Review 15 (June 2003): 36-37.

Makiya, Kanan. "A Model for Post-Saddam Iraq." Journal of Democracy 14 (July 2003): 5-12.

Makoto, Iokibe. "The Occupation of Japan: A Model for Iraq?" Japan Echo 30 (August 2003): 25-30.

Marr, Phebe. "Iraq 'The Day After.'" Naval War College Review 56 (Winter 2003): 13-29.

Marr, Phebe. "Where Is Iraq Headed?" American Foreign Policy Interests 25 (October 2003): 365-372.

McMillan, Joseph. "Building an Iraqi Defense Force." Strategic Forum, no. 198 (June 2003): 1-7.

Neep, Daniel. "The Impact of War in Iraq: Democratization or Destabilization of the Middle East?" RUSI Journal 148 (April 2003): 10-15.

Peck, Fred. "Somalia, Afghanistan: A Script for Reconstruction of Iraq." Sea Power 46 (April 2003): 78-81.

Phillips, James. "To Build a Stable Iraq, Empower Iraqis, Not the U.N." Backgrounder, no. 1695 (7 October 2003): 1-9.

Schadlow, Nadia. "War and the Art of Governance." Parameters 33 (Autumn 2003): 85-94.

Schreiber, Paul, et al. "Iraq after Saddam." Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 129 (April 2003): 32-36.

Sikorski, Radek. "Rise up, Return, Rebuild." American Enterprise 14 (June 2003): 4-5.

Steele, Dennis. "Baghdad: Aftermath and Prelude." Army 53 (July 2003): 26-34.

Steele, Dennis. "Rebuilding Iraq: Soldiers on Point." 7 articles. Army 53 (November 2003): 8-28.

Yaphe, Judith. "Reinventing Iraq: The Regional Impact of U.S. Military Action." Middle East Policy 9 (December 2002): 25-34.

Yaphe, Judith S. "War and Occupation in Iraq: What Went Right? What Could Go Wrong?" Middle East Journal 57 (Summer 2003): 381-99.

Ziad, Homayra. "Hunger, Fear and Chaos Abound in Post-War Iraq, Says Returning Visitor." Washington Report on Middle East Affairs 22 (July-August 2003): 16-17.

 

KOSOVO

Books, Documents, and Internet Resources

Booth, Ken, ed. The Kosovo Tragedy: The Human Rights Dimensions. Portland: Cass, 2001. 386pp. (KZ6795 .K68K67 2001)

Dobbins, James, et al. "Kosovo." Chap. 7 in America's Role in Nation-Building: From Germany to Iraq. Santa Monica: RAND, 2003. 244pp. (E840 .A639 2003) Also available from <http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1753>. Internet. Accessed 20 November 2003.

Dziedzic, Michael J. "Policing from Above: Executive Policing and Peace Implementation in Kosovo." Chap. 3 in Executive Policing: Enforcing the Law in Peace Operations, ed. Renata Dwan. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. 144pp. (JZ6374 .E94 2002)

Franzinetti, Guido M.R., and Robert Curis. The Assembly of Kosovo: One Year On. Camberley: Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, Conflict Studies Research Centre, March 2003. 10pp. (U520 .R1 2003 F63)

International Crisis Group. After Milosevic: A Practical Agenda for Lasting Balkans Peace.
ICG Balkans Report No. 108. Brussels: International Crisis Group, 1 April 2001. 337pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.108) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org//library/documents/report_archive/A400472_01042001.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 27 October 2003.

International Crisis Group. Finding the Balance: The Scales of Justice in Kosovo. ICG Balkans Report No. 134. Pristina: International Crisis Group, 12 September 2002. 38pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.134) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/kosovo/reports/A400772_12092002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Kosovo: A Strategy for Economic Development. ICG Balkans Report No. 123. Pristina: International Crisis Group, 19 December 2001. 34pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.123) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/kosovo/reports/A400514_19122001.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. A Kosovo Roadmap (I): Addressing Final Status. ICG Balkans Report No. 124. Pristina: International Crisis Group, 1 March 2002. 30pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.124)
Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/kosovo/reports/A400561_01032002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. A Kosovo Roadmap (II): Internal Benchmarks. ICG Balkans Report No. 125. Pristina: International Crisis Group, 1 March 2002. 33pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.125)
Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/kosovo/reports/A400562_01032002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Return to Uncertainty: Kosovo's Internally Displaced and the Return Process. ICG Balkans Report No. 139. Pristina: International Crisis Group, 13 December 2002. 44pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.139) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/kosovo/reports/A400851_13122002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Two to Tango: An Agenda for the New Kosovo SRSG [Special Representative of the Secretary General]. ICG Europe Report No. 148. Pristina: International Crisis Group, 3 September 2003. 37pp. (JZ5595 .I29 no.148) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/kosovo/reports/A401115_03092003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 2 October 2003.

International Crisis Group. UNMIK's [United Nations Interim Mission in Kosovo's] Kosovo Albatross: Tackling Division in Mitrovica. ICG Balkans Report No. 131. Pristina: International Crisis Group, 3 June 2002. 28pp. (JZ5595 .I23 no.131) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/europe/kosovo/reports/A400672_03062002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

Marshall, David. "Reviving the Judicial and Penal System in Kosovo." Chap. 9 in The United Nations and Regional Security: Europe and Beyond, ed. Michael Pugh and Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu. Boulder: Rienner, 2003. 308pp. (JZ4984.5 .U538 2003)

Pula, Besnik. "The UN [United Nations] in Kosova: Administering Democratization?" Chap. 10 in Understanding the War in Kosovo, ed. Florian Bieber and Židas Daskalovski. Portland: Cass, 2003. 350pp. (DR2087 .U52 2003)

Serwer, Daniel, and Sloan Mann. Kosovo Decision Time: How and When? Special Report No. 100. Washington: United States Institute of Peace, February 2003. 6pp. (JZ5584 .U6 SR no.100) Also available from <http://www.usip.org/pubs/specialreports/sr100.html>. Internet. Accessed 30 October 2003.

Sörensen, Jens S. "Questioning Reconstruction: Reflections on Theoretical Foundations for Conceptualizing Reconstruction in Kosovo." Chap. 13 in Understanding the War in Kosovo, ed. Florian Bieber and Židas Daskalovski. Portland: Cass, 2003. 350pp. (DR2087 .U52 2003)

Triantaphyllou, Dimitrios, ed. What Status Kosovo? Chaillot Paper 50. Paris: Western European Union, Institute for Security Studies, October 2001. 111pp. (JZ5584 .E85C3 no.50)

United States Institute of Peace. Kosovo's Final Status: Options and Cross-Border Requirements. Special Report No. 91. Washington: United States Institute of Peace, July 2002. 19pp. (JZ5584 .U6 SR no. 91) Also available from <http://www.usip.org/pubs/specialreports/sr91.html>. Internet. Accessed 30 October 2003.

Van Metre, Lauren. Transatlantic Relations in the Aftermath of Kosovo. Special Report. Washington: United States Institute of Peace, 15 May 2000. 8pp. (JZ5584 .U6 SR M47) Also available from <http://www.usip.org/pubs/specialreports/sr000515.html>. Internet. Accessed 30 October 2003.

Williams, Garland H. "Kosovo." Chap. 3 in Post Conflict Reconstruction: On the Critical Path to Long-Term Peace. U.S. Army War College Senior Service College Fellowship Program Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 7 April 2003. 276pp. (AD-A416-581)

Williams, Paul, Rebecca Grazier, and James Hooper. Simulating Kosovo: Lessons for Final Status Negotiations. Special Report No. 95. Washington: United States Institute of Peace, November 2002. 10pp. (JZ5584 .U6 SR no.95) Also available from <http://www.usip.org/pubs/specialreports/sr95.html>. Internet. Accessed 30 October 2003. 

Periodical Articles

Carey, Henry F. "U.S. Domestic Politics and the Emerging Humanitarian Intervention Policy: Haiti, Bosnia, and Kosovo." World Affairs 164 (Fall 2001): 72-82.

Connaughton, Richard. "Can KFOR [Kosovo Force] Win the Peace?" Jane's Defence Weekly 32 (14 July 1999): 20-22.

"Europe: Reconstructing Kosovo." Economist 354 (18 March 2000): 47-49.

Feder, Don. "Life among the Ruins." Insight on the News 15 (30 August 1999): 22-23. Database on-line. Available from ProQuest. Accessed 3 November 2003.

Fitzpatrick, Joan. "Temporary Protection of Refugees: Elements of a Formalized Regime." American Journal of International Law 94 (April 2000): 279-306.

Hoon, Geoffrey. "Kosovo One Year On." RUSI Journal 145 (April 2000): 1-7.

Ignatieff, Michael. "The Reluctant Imperialist." New York Times Magazine (6 August 2000): 42-47. Database on-line. Available from ProQuest. Accessed 3 November 2003.

Kitfield, James. "Reconstructing Kosovo: Bosnia II." National Journal 31 (12 June 1999):1590-91.

Matheson, Michael J. "United Nations Governance of Postconflict Societies." American Journal of International Law 95 (January 2001): 76-85.

Özerdem, Alpaslan. "From a 'Terrorist' Group to a 'Civil Defence' Corps: The 'Transformation' of the Kosovo Liberation Army." International Peacekeeping 10 (Autumn 2003): 79-101.

Pryce-Jones, David. "Kosovo, from Scratch: The Next Balkans Challenge." National Review 51 (12 July 1999): 21-22.

Reinhardt, Klaus. "Commanding KFOR [Kosovo Force]. NATO Review 48 (Summer-Autumn 2000): 16-19.

Reflections on KFOR's contribution to the peace process and difficulties ahead.

Steele, Dennis. "Kosovo: A Special Report—The Shards of Kosovo." Army 49 (September 1999): 18-24.

Strohmeyer, Hansjörg. "Collapse and Reconstruction of a Judicial System: The United Nations Missions in Kosovo and East Timor." American Journal of International Law 95 (January 2001): 46-63.

Tiron, Roxana. "Former Kosovo Liberation Army Morphing into a National Guard." National Defense 87 (March 2003): 29-31.

Tiron, Roxana. "NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization] Units in Kosovo Predict Mission Could Last a Decade." National Defense 87 (March 2003): 26-28.

Tiron, Roxana. "Peacekeeping in Kosovo: No Tanks Required." National Defense 87 (February 2003): 46-47.

 

SOMALIA

Books, Documents, and Internet Resources

Adam, Hussein. "Somalia: Problems and Prospects for Democratization." Chap. 11 in State Building and Democratization in Africa: Faith, Hope, and Realities, ed. Kidane Mengisteab and Cyril Daddieh. Westport: Praeger, 1999. 295pp. (JQ1875 .S7 1999)

Adam, Hussein, and Richard Ford. Removing Barricades in Somalia: Options for Peace and Rehabilitation. Peaceworks No. 24. Washington: United States Institute of Peace, October 1998. 40pp. Available from <http://www.usip.org/pubs/peaceworks/pwks24.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 16 October 2003.

Bensahel, Nora. "Humanitarian Relief and Nation Building in Somalia." Chap. 2 in The United States and Coercive Diplomacy, ed. Robert J. Art and Patrick M. Cronin. Washington: United States Institute of Peace Press, 2003. 442pp. (JZ1480 .U53 2003)

Center of Military History. United States Forces, Somalia, After Action Report and Historical Overview: The United States Army in Somalia, 1992-1994. Washington: Center of Military History, 2003. 276pp. (DT407 .U53 2003)

Dobbins, James, et al. "Somalia." Chap. 4 in America's Role in Nation-Building: From Germany to Iraq. Santa Monica: RAND, 2003. 244pp. (E840 .A639 2003) Also available from <http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1753>. Internet. Accessed 6 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Negotiating a Blueprint for Peace in Somalia. ICG Africa Report No. 59. Mogadishu: International Crisis Group, 6 March 2003. 27pp. Available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/africa/somalia/reports/A400911_06032003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Salvaging Somalia's Chance for Peace. ICG Africa Briefing Paper. Nairobi: International Crisis Group, 9 December 2002. 11pp. Available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/africa/somalia/reports/A400839_09122002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Somalia: Countering Terrorism in a Failed State. ICG Africa Report No. 45. Nairobi: International Crisis Group, 23 May 2002. 37pp. Available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/africa/somalia/reports/A400662_23052002.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

International Crisis Group. Somaliland: Democratisation and Its Discontents. ICG Africa Report No. 66. Nairobi: International Crisis Group, 28 July 2003. 48pp. (JZ5595 .I22 no.66) Also available from <http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/africa/somalia/reports/A401067_28072003.pdf>. Internet. Accessed 13 August 2003.

Jan, Ameen. "Somalia: Building Sovereignty or Restoring Peace?" Chap. 3 in Peacebuilding as Politics: Cultivating Peace in Fragile Societies, ed. Elizabeth M. Cousens and Chetan Kumar. Boulder: Rienner, 2001. 248pp. (HV544.5 .P424 2001)

Laitin, David D. "Somalia: Civil War and International Intervention." Chap. 5 in Civil Wars, Insecurity, and Intervention, ed. Barbara F. Walter and Jack Snyder. New York: Columbia
University Press, 1999. 331pp. (U240 .C584 1999)

Osborne, David C. Failed States and the Application of National Power: A Case Study of Somalia. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 9 April 2002. 28pp. (AD-A404-904) Also available from <http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA404904>. Internet. Accessed 20 October 2003.

 

Periodical Articles

Ahmed, Ismail I., and Reginald H. Green. "The Heritage of War and State Collapse in Somalia and Somaliland: Local-Level Effects, External Interventions and Reconstruction." Third World Quarterly 20 (February 1999): 113-27.

Bradbury, Mark. "Living with Statelessness: The Somali Road to Development." Conflict, Security & Development 3 (April 2003): 7-25.

Bratt, Duane. "Chapter VII: Peacekeeping and International Law." Peacekeeping & International Relations 26 (November-December 1997): 5-6.

Implications of using Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter.

Clarke, Walter S. "Testing the World's Resolve in Somalia." Parameters 23 (Winter 1993-94):
42-58.

Janney, Hailes. "Conflict Turns to Chaos in Somalia." Jane's Intelligence Review 15 (January 2003): 18-21.

Kimani, Peter. "Somalia Is Rising from the Ashes!" New African 399 (September 2001): 24-25, 28.

Peck, Fred. "Somalia, Afghanistan: A Script for Reconstruction of Iraq." Sea Power 46 (April 2003): 78-81.