'Rule of Law'
building strong societies
'Rule of Law' certainly has become one of the most fashionable expressions in the language of international agencies, especially in post-conflict societies. Here, it is often used to describe only the rehabilitation of judicial and executive institutions. Such a narrow doctrine, however, cannot incorporate traditional structures, other normative systems, and the consciousness of society for its own law.
Articles and Papers

» A closer look at the Rule of Law
A paper about fundamental fallacies in the approach of the 'international aid community' to the promotion of the rule of law.