Mako Discusses State-Building in Post-Conflict Iraq on LSE Panel
Professor Mako discusses post-conflict development in Iraq, international actors’ for their lack of understanding of the heterogeneous nature of the country both before and after the 2003 invasion, as well as ongoing issues of transitional justice.
Mako Discusses Research on De-Ba’athification in Iraq
Professor Mako discusses how her work explores De-Ba’athification as a means of lustration, the policy’s origins and legacies, as well as how it and foreign influence affected the Iraq coalition government.
Mako Guest Edits Special Issue of “Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding“
In this special issue, Professor Mako and fellow scholars critically evaluate statebuilding and peacebuilding in Iraq through macro and micro-level analyses of Iraq’s political development following foreign-imposed regime change.
Mako Publishes Article on de-Ba’athification
Professor Mako illuminates the enduring effects of exclusionary lustration on subsequent attempts at state-and peacebuilding in divided, post-colonial societies.