Domestic elites and external actors in post-conflict democratisation : mapping interactions and their impact

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Following the end of the Cold War, post-conflict democratisation has rarely occurred without a significant international involvement. This contribution argues that an explanation of the outcomes of post-conflict democratisation requires more than an examination of external actors, their mission mandates or their capabilities and deficiencies. In addition, there is a need to study domestic elites, their preferences and motivations, as well as their perceptions of and their reactions to external interference. Moreover, the patterns of external–internal interactions may explain the trajectory of state-building and democracy promotion efforts. These issues deserve more attention from both scholars and practitioners in the fields of peace- and state-building, democracy promotion, regime transition and elite research. Analyses of external actors and domestic elites in post-conflict democratisation should therefore address three principal issues: (1) the identification of relevant domestic elites in externally induced or monitored state-building and democratisation processes, (2) the dynamics of external–domestic interactions and (3) the impact of these interactions on the outcomes of post-conflict democratisation.

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Domestic elites, external actors, interaction, peace-building, post-conflict democratisation, state-building
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ISO 690GRIMM, Sonja, Brigitte WEIFFEN, 2018. Domestic elites and external actors in post-conflict democratisation : mapping interactions and their impact. In: Conflict, Security & Development. 2018, 18(4), pp. 257-282. ISSN 1467-8802. eISSN 1478-1174. Available under: doi: 10.1080/14678802.2018.1483556
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@article{Grimm2018-07-13Domes-45179,
  year={2018},
  doi={10.1080/14678802.2018.1483556},
  title={Domestic elites and external actors in post-conflict democratisation : mapping interactions and their impact},
  number={4},
  volume={18},
  issn={1467-8802},
  journal={Conflict, Security & Development},
  pages={257--282},
  author={Grimm, Sonja and Weiffen, Brigitte}
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