Kosovo, intervention and statebuilding the international community and the transition to independence by Aidan Hehir

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Statementedited by Aidan Hehir
SeriesRoutledge studies in intervention and statebuilding
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LC ClassificationsDR2086 .K67 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 207 p. ;
Number of Pages207
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24476462M
ISBN 100415561671, 0203861795
ISBN 109780415561679, 9780203861790
LC Control Number2009035324
OCLC/WorldCa434439437

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[Aidan Hehir] -- Examines international engagement with Kosovo since NATO's intervention in This book looks at the three distinct phases of Kosovo's development - intervention, statebuilding and independence. in Kosovo (EULEX) still maintains some executive powers and the UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) and the NATO-led Kosovo Force (KFOR) still play vital roles (European Commission ).

This short article reflects on the twenty years of international statebuilding, during which time the conception of statebuilding has been transformed from an idealist. Affairs, and Cooperation and Conflict. He is co-editor of the Routledge Intervention and Statebuilding book series.

References Bargues-Pedreny, Pol. “From Promoting to De-Emphasizing ‘Ethnicity’: Rethinking the Endless Supervision of Kosovo.” Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 10 (2): – Barnett, Michael. 20 years after the international intervention in Kosovo, Gezim Visoka discusses the NATO-led campaign and the statebuilding efforts which followed.

The NATO led intervention in Kosovo is still seen as controversial because the campaign did not have Security Council support. book review Statebuilding and Aid Dependency in Afghanistan Aid paradoxes in Afghanistan: building and undermining the state, by Nematullah Bizhan, London and New York, Routledge,pp.

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Kosovo remains a case study of central importance in international relations, illustrative of key political trends in the post-Cold War era.4/5(1). Reviews "A superb collection on Kosovo’s statebuilding process written by a distinguished group of local scholars.

This book is a staunch contribution to understanding the challenges that underpin contemporary efforts for building peace and creating states after violent conflict. Assessing international engagement with Kosovo. in: Hehir, A. (ed.) Kosovo, intervention and statebuilding: the international community and the transition to independence Routledge.

Interview with Dr Fatmir Sejdiu, President of the Republic of Kosovo. The book provides an updated account of justice reform in Afghanistan, which started in the wake of the US-led military intervention of In particular, it focuses on the role of international actors and their interaction with local stakeholders, highlighting some provisional results, together with problems and dilemmas encountered in the reform activities.

Twenty years of international statebuilding have seemingly made little impact on the ‘stateness’ of Kosovo. Rather than tracing the intricacies of policy-making in Kosovo itself, covered elsewhere in this Special Issue, this article considers the changes in the understanding of the statebuilding project itself.

The article traces the shift from the liberal internationalist assumptions of. "The book successfully manages to capture varying degrees of institutional overlap, conflicting political agendas and other legal and political factors that determined Kosovo's statebuilding.

[Creating Kosovo] represent[s] a valuable contribution to the literature on Kosovo and international statebuilding in general. [Creating Kosovo. kosovo, intervention and statebuilding: the international this book examines international engagement with kosovo since nato’s intervention inand looks at the three distinct phases of kosovo’s development; intervention, statebuilding and independence.

kosovo remains a case study of central importance in international. The book argues that a particular conception of sovereignty as responsibility has influenced the efforts of international administrations, and shows that their statebuilding activities are informed by the idea that post-conflict territoriesneed to meet certain normative tests before they are.

They may even begin to ‘outgovern’ and coopt external actors, as has occurred in Kosovo and Afghanistan.¹. Realist state-formation arguments have strongly influenced modern peacebuilding and statebuilding praxis.

They have positioned the state as the anti-liberal site and also the neoliberal outcome of violent contestation. Request PDF | On Jun 1,Aidan Hehir published Introduction: Intervention and Statebuilding in Kosovo | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

Kosovo is the most controversial case of statebuilding in contemporary Europe and the question of recognition continues to divide the EU as well as UN member states.

NATO's intervention inwhich paved the way for it, was itself the most controversial in the organization's post-Cold War history. Dr Aidan Hehir is a Reader in International Relations at the University of Westminster.

His research interests include humanitarian intervention, statebuilding in Kosovo, and the laws governing the use of force. He is the author/editor of ten books, the most recent being Hollow Norms and the Responsibility to Protect (Palgrave Macmillan).

He has published widely in a number of academic. In the years since the NATO intervention to end violent conflict in Kosovo, state-building efforts have faced numerous challenges regarding, for example, the rule of law, security, economic development, and corruption.

The aim of this edited book is to let the local speak about a wide range of themes that concern local society and are also closely interlinked with broader debates in statebuilding studies.

"Creating Kosovo is very well written and researched and outlines a compelling hypothesis regarding the need to isolate certain aspects of the bureaucracy from politics in the process of statebuilding."-Aidan Hehir, University of Westminster, "The book successfully manages to capture varying degrees of institutional overlap, conflicting political agendas and other legal and political factors.

My research interests include transitional justice, humanitarian intervention, and statebuilding in Kosovo. My most recent book - Hollow Norms and The Responsibility to Protect (Palgrave Macmillan) – won the British International Studies Association ‘Working Group on Intervention and R2P’ book prize.I have published over fifty academic book chapters and journal articles; my work has.

The book is a compelling illustration of the depth—and breadth—of local expertise, all too often ‘overshadowed’, as the editors note, by the work of foreign scholars (p. all the chapters, of course, is the ongoing contestation over Kosovo's status, and the broader debate as to whether the intervention and statebuilding launched.

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Co-editor); Kosovo, Intervention and Statebuilding (Routledge, Istrefi has published several scientific articles in the field of human rights and has contributed to numerous books published in Europe. Since Ms. Istrefi is Executive Project Manager of the biggest multi-ethnic project ever implemented in the ethnically divided town.

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This book analyses the changing dynamics of sovereignty resulting from contemporary international state-building. Aidan Hehir’s profile on The Conversation.

I joined the Department of Politics and IR inand currently I am a Reader in International Relations. Political Economy of Statebuilding: Power after peace (Routledge Studies In Intervention And Statebuilding Ser.) Iraq, and Kosovo); Complex peace operations (Afghanistan, Burundi, Haiti, and Sudan); Governance and state-building programmes conducted in the context of economic assistance (Georgia and Macedonia).This book will be of much.

The Kosovo War was an armed conflict in Kosovo that started in February and lasted until 11 June It was fought by the forces of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (i.e. Serbia and Montenegro), which controlled Kosovo before the war, and the Kosovo Albanian rebel group known as the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), with air support from the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) from.

It does so, however, by addressing Europe’s intimate other – Kosovo. The editors have curated a wide-ranging and edifying set of contributions that turn the postcolonial critique towards Europe’s own borderlands.

As such, this book marks a crucial contribution to – and innovation in – debates surrounding intervention and statebuilding.”. This text addresses both the theoretical logic behind state-building and key practical manifestations of this phenomenon.

Unlike ‘how-to’ manuals that seek to identify best practice, this book interrogates the normative assumptions inherent in this practice and the manner in which state-building impacts on contemporary international relations. Both the Kosovo Report, issued in November by an independent commission co-chaired by Justice Richard Goldstone and Carl Tham, and The Responsibility to Protect, the Report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty, co-chaired by Gareth Evans and Mohamed Sahnoun, issued in Decemberhave emphasized the.

97 Bargués-Pedreny, Pol, ‘ From promoting to de-emphasizing “ethnicity”: Rethinking the endless supervision of Kosovo ’, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 2 (), pp. –Book sections. The Statebuilding Habitus: International Civil Servants in Kosovo, in: Bliesemann de Guevara, Berit (ed.): State-Building and State-Formation: A new framework of analysis, London/New York: Routledge, (co-authored with Catherine Goetze, forthcoming).This chapter analyses the statebuilding efforts of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) that was established after the Kosovo war in It is divided into three parts.

While the first part outlines the background to the intervention, analyses the scope of the international authority, and discusses the transition to local rule, the other two sections contain.

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