Constituting Peace? Internationalised Constitution-Making in (Post-)Conflict Situations
Constitution-making during or in the aftermath of armed conflicts has been a prevalent practice in the past three decades and has attracted extensive scholarly and policy attention. Yet, the changing dynamics of contemporary conflicts and the increasing internationalisation of conflict resolution processes require a re-thinking of the project of ‘constituting peace‘ in (post-)conflict situations. This multidisciplinary panel offers empirical, critical and theoretical perspectives on internationalised constitution-making in such settings.