Introduction: Institutional Design, Conflict Management, and Democracy
Addresses three key questions. First, how far have political institutions acted as levers of conflict management in divided societies during the twentieth century. Second, how far can the constitutions of divided or plural societies be engineered to promote inter‐communal harmony and strengthened democracy. Third, the manner in which political institutions affect the trajectory of democratization in divided societies.
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