In recent years, considerable blood, sweat, and treasure have been devoted to building the rule of law in the wake of armed conflicts and military interventions in many parts of the world. From Afghanistan to Iraq, Kosovo to East Timor, and Sierra Leone to Haiti and elsewhere, international interveners and local leaders have struggled to address both security and humanitarian challenges in societies seeking to overcome a legacy of violent conflict
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Stromseth, Jane E., "Post-Conflict Rule of Law Building: The Need for a Multi-Layered, Synergistic Approach" (2008). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 1681.