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Demand and Supply in Post-Conflict Governance: Legacies of Armed Conflict in Chechnya

CREECA Fall Lecture Series

Event Details

Thursday, October 24, 2019
4-5:15 p.m.
What alternatives to the state exist after conflict and when do citizens rely on them instead of state authorities? In the case of Chechnya it is best characterized as a case of centralized governance but the pathways to centralization varied across domains of governance. While the historical legacies of Soviet institutions constrained the range of possible governance arrangements, the differential patterns of violence in the Chechen Wars altered both the demand and supply sides of governance.