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Chapter Nine - Intermediaries’ Influence, Foreign Actors’ Dependence

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 April 2021

Kristina Simion
Affiliation:
Australian National University, Canberra
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The final chapter summarises the findings on the importance of understanding the role of intermediaries in rule of law assistance. As Myanmar struggled for foreign credibility and investment, the findings are also consistent with the global version – foreign actors’ influence and local dependence in societies where donors become an established but delicate feature of social, political, and economic life that people encounter on a daily basis. In this new landscape, intermediaries become responsible for navigating local and national institutions, values, and people. This book keeps both sides in view while focusing on the intermediaries. It also considers the extent to which the findings could be generalised beyond Myanmar and their practical implications for helping to advance enquiry into the field of rule of law assistance globally.

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Rule of Law Intermediaries
Brokering Influence in Myanmar
, pp. 203 - 212
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2021

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