This Report is divided into six chapters each one dealing with specific areas of public administration reconstruction after conflict. Moreover, each chapter highlights challenges, strategies, and lessons learned so as to provide concrete policy options. Chapter I analyzes the critical challenges and goals of reconstructing public administration after conflict. It begins by “providing an overview of instrastate violent conflict after World War II. It then attempts to define post-conflict reconstruction”—a relatively new term that is not universally understood. The chapter then presents the overarching goals of post-conflict governments and the specific challenges they face in rebuilding public administration.

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