Badran, Ramzi, “Intrastate peace agreements and the durability of peace,” Conflict Management and Peace Science, Vol. “Incentive compatibility” is an economic term that says “… Strategies must be in the interests of critical actors to be implemented. Essentially, it is assumed that the actors will not act directly against their perceived self-interest. This principle applies to both internal and external actors in the implementation of peace. While the internal parties will have obvious doubts about direct self-interest, the external parties cannot do so. On the other hand, Wise adds (2018) that peace agreements sometimes exclude and marginalize non-dominant ethnic groups, leading to exclusion amid the inclusion dilemma (EAI), leading to an integrated error in the territory`s self-management system. Jana, Werner and Piia (2018) have extended the inclusion exclusion grant from a gender point of view. Their research shows that between 1990 and 2014, women signed only 13 out of 130 cases (Jana, Werner and Piia, 2018). Several scientists, including Thania Paffenholz (2014) and McGregor (2006), argue that the sustainability of peace agreements depends on broader support from civil society, consisting of voluntary organizations and groups such as religious institutions, women`s organizations and human rights groups (Krznaric, 1999).
Orjuela, 2003). Nilsson (2012) notes that civil society participation will reduce the risk of agreements failure by 64%. The article is structured as follows. The first part begins with the context of the study, while the second part examines the existing literature to explain the political factors that influence the implementation of peace agreements. The third part proposes a pathway for future research on the link between government turnover and the implementation of peace agreements, while the last and fourth part conclude the article with a summary of the entire discussion. Valuable prey or easy-to-market goods can also complicate environments. Commodities such as gold, diamonds, oil, timber, etc., can create an economic gap between the parties and exacerbate problems. They also increase the chances of profit from the third war. While this is potentially a great benefit for a peaceful society, these products are often a difficult environment in the implementation of peace. Scholarships for civil war peace agreements are relatively rich in methodological pluralism and qualitative evidence. Here, scientists used N-rate datasets, case studies and small case studies, and unmasked research methods to study the role of peace agreements in ending civil wars on territory and temporality. Despite the enormous theoretical and empirical advances made in understanding internal peace agreements, the existing scientific literature has overlooked a fundamental question: what is the marginal impact of state turnover on the implementation of civil war peace agreements, while other confused factors, such as the duration of conflicts, the political system, the capacity of the state , the intervention of recreational parties and the reform of the security sector, are controlled? Wagner, Lynn – Druckman, Daniel, “Drivers of sustainable peace: The role of justice in negotiating civil war termination,” Group Decision and Negotiation, Vol.
This book suggests that such an argument is misleading. In other words, the concept of political will adopts a relatively strong variable (perception of essential security interests) and treats it as if it could be easily manipulated.