The process of developing two post conflict societies (Afghanistan vs. Rwanda)
Mainly most of the analyses are restricted to fragile states, those states that have been highly vulnerable to serious forms of internal aggression including civil wars.
There have been more than 220 armed conflicts all over the world from 1946 to 2001. In general it includes about more than 140 civil wars, causing the death of about 20 million people and displacing about 67 million (Panić, n.d.) . As a result of combine interstates the number is even higher today; internal wars are in countries such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Democratic Republic of Congo and Sudan. Because civil wars are not the only form of systematized violence and aggregation, the human costs of armed conflicts are better than data suggestion. Violence, organized crime, coup and even genocide has taken place in many countries such as Rwanda and Afghanistan.
Rwanda and Afghanistan are the two post conflict societies which have been struggling to be stabilized and peaceful so that they may go towards development. Both the countries have been through a huge unrest and war. After the wars have come to an end with the help of international community, both countries have got their constitution and established new governments. Though some people believe that the war in Afghanistan is ended, the situation shows that it is still not peaceful as different groups of insurgents, supported by the neighboring countries like Pakistan, Iran and Tajikistan, still operate terrorist activities in order to over through the government or at least destabilize the country. After the collapse of the Taliban regime, an undemocratic interim government was established with the promise that as...
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...ecord of corruption, where Afghanistan stands first. The reason why Rwanda has recovered very soon is the strict laws they had legislated about corruption and wrongdoing. The stricter the laws get the more people will try to stay on the right track. . . . . . . . . . . .
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Available at: https://law.wustl.edu/WUGSLR/CitationManual/countries/rwanda.pdf
Anon., n.d. local government system in Rwanda. [Online]
Available at: https://law.wustl.edu/WUGSLR/CitationManual/countries/rwanda.pdf
Panić, M., n.d. POST-CONFLICT COUNTRIES: AID EFFECTIVENESS.
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