Pugh on Peacebuilding Recipes

What peacebuilding recipes have been used in the past? Professor Michael Pugh (University of Bradford) elaborates on the complexities of post-conflict political economics, and the role that donor countries often play. Through conditionalities, donors tend to determine what sort of political economy will develop in a post-conflict context. Pugh commends the increased attention for income-generation for ordinary people.

An interview with War and Peace Talk on 14 October 2013.

For more information on Michael Pugh please refer to: his page on the website of the University of Bradford, his article ‘The political economy of peacebuilding‘, and his book ‘Whose Peace? Critical Perspectives on the Political Economy of Peacebuilding‘.