Justice Sector Reform in Afghanistan: From a ‘Lead Nation’ Approach to a ‘Mixed Ownership’ Regime?
- Matteo TondiniAffiliated withIMT, Lucca Institute for Advanced Studies Email author
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The article describes the policy-making structure which governs the reform of justice in Afghanistan. It is characterized by an evolution from a bilateral to a multilateral approach, aimed at increasing the Afghan ownership. However, observing the system ‘from within’, it seems currently ruled by a mixed regime, being still deeply influenced by external inputs. As a consequence, the final outcome of the process remains uncertain.
KeywordsAfghanistan Donors Justice system Lead nations Local ownership
JEL ClassificationO19 F54 H56 K49
- Justice Sector Reform in Afghanistan: From a ‘Lead Nation’ Approach to a ‘Mixed Ownership’ Regime?
Transition Studies Review
Volume 15, Issue 4 , pp 660-673
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- Justice system
- Lead nations
- Local ownership
- Industry Sectors
- Matteo Tondini (1)
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- 1. IMT, Lucca Institute for Advanced Studies, Lucca, Italy