Rule of Law in Latin America: The International Promotion of Judicial Reform (Ilas History S)

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This volume analyzes the judicial reform processes funded by international donor organizations in Latin America. As billions of dollars are spent on judicial reform, it is pertinent to ask about the fate of these projects. The authors examine the way in which international organizations rationalize and prioritize their reform proposals and agenda in Latin America; how reform agendas are implemented and followed up (or not); how international donor organizations relate to national governments and civil society, and to each other; and what factors account for the successes and failures of their reform initiatives. The book also addresses the question of the connection between rule of law reform and broader processes of regime consolidation and state building, from both a political and a social perspective.


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Pilar Domingo is a Research Fellow in the Politics and Governance department of the Overseas Development Institute. Previously she was at the Institute for the Study of the Americas. Rachel Sieder, a lecturer in politics at the Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London, is author of Customary Law and Democratic Transition in Guatemala and an associate researcher at the Latin American Faculty of Social Science (FLACSO) in Guatemala City.


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'... an unparalleled overview of internationally supported judicial reform programmes in Latin America ... a superb introduction to the theme' -- 'Journal of Latin American Studies', vol. 34, part 2, May 2002 (Linn Hammergren, World Bank, Washington DC)

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