External Aid Incorporated - Infrastructures for Peace and the Challenge of Coordination in Kyrgyzstan

2013. Author: Silvia Danielak, Berghof Foundation

This paper is a comment to Berghof’s Handbook Dialogue No. 10 on Peace Infrastructures. Using the case of Kyrgyzstan, the author reflects on the extent to which peace infrastructure can help coordinate external aid interventions and overcome some of the divergent and competing visions of external peacebuilding actors.

  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Europe and CIS
  • Infrastructures for Peace
  • Research/Lessons Learned

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