NGOs, IGOs, and Global Public Policies

  • Anna Ohanyan


The capacity of NGO-IGO networks to transform the policy environment in post-conflict settings holds both practical as well as theoretical value. These networks shape the post-conflict policy environment in terms of three major elements: (1) the values they transmit; (2) the beneficiaries (individuals, groups, and geographical locales) they favor; and (3) the structures into which they evolve when implementing globally conceived policies. The policy environments in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Afghanistan, and Kosovo are explored in this book with particular attention to these three elements. A policy analysis framework comprising these three elements offers a new understanding of peace-building and institution-building processes in post-conflict settings, which is elaborated in the last chapter of the book.


Policy Network Policy Transfer Policy Coherence Policy Diffusion Network Mechanism 
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