AAN’s latest thematic report “Tell Us How This Ends: Transitional Justice and Prospects for Peace in Afghanistan” by Patricia Gossman and Sari Kouvo, asks whether, after 35 years of conflict, Afghanistan can move forward without addressing the legacies of its violent past? A timely and relevant question in the context of current efforts to find […]
Sari Kouvo and Zoe Pearson, Hart Publishing Ltd. The edited volume reflects on the role of international law in the post-9/11 era. It includes a chapter by Sari Kouvo discussing the international engagement for women’s rights in Afghanistan 2001 to 2010. The full publication can be found below: Feminist Perspectives on Contemporary International Law: Between […]
Sari Kouvo. NATO Review May 2009. Full publication available below: Rule of Law Deficits as a Security Challenge: ‘Touching the Surface’
Initiative for Peacebuilding and International Centre for Transitional Justice Sari Kouvo with Fatima Ayub and Rachel Wareham, May 2009 Full publication available below: Security Sector Reform in Afghanistan
NATO Defense College Sari Kouvo, Forum Paper 6, March 2009 Full paper available below: State-Building and Rule of Law: Lessons from Afghanistan?
International Centre for Transitional Justice Sari Kouvo with Fatima Ayub and Yasmin Sooka, February 2009. Full paper available below: Addressing Gender-Specific Violations in Afghanistan
Feminist Legal Studies No. 16 (2008), pp. 37-46 Sari Kouvo
International Affairs Vol 84, No 4 (2008), pp. 641-657 Sari Kouvo with Fatima Ayub