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Published on Jul 9, 2014
Silas Everett, The Asia Foundation, Cambodia
Elections are deemed essential to provide needed legitimacy and to enable citizens to take part in shaping a common future. Yet elections can also be destabilising and act as detonators of (further) violence and conflict if conditions are not right. This event drew on experiences from a variety of (post)-conflict countries to consider the challenges and opportunities posed by electoral processes in post-conflict settings.