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Legal politics in the Libyan constitution-making process

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Since the end of the Cold War, constitution-making has become a central element of post-conflict reconstruction, and state- and peace-building, more generally. Both scholars and practitioners assume that legal procedures and standards of constitution-making provide structures for resolving potentially violent political contest and debate, and thereby contribute to reconciliation and consensus finding. It is hoped that such processes will amplify commonality and strengthen democracy in a st...

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Law
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Socio-Legal Studies Centre
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University of Oxford
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University of Oxford
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University of Oxford
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University of Cape Town
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Konrad Adenauer Foundation
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Economic and Social Research Council
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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English
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2019-04-26

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