The Democracy and Rule of Law Project at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace has commissioned a series of papers by persons with experience in rule-of-law development to examine specific lessons of experience. The aim is to provide thoughtful, practical, and challenging analyses of some of the key questions in this field.

 

Solving the Problem of Knowledge in the Field of Rule of Law Promotion
By Rick Fernandez

Beyond Rule of Law Orthodoxy: The Legal Empowerment Alternative
By Stephen Golub

Promoting the Rule of Law Abroad: The Problem of Knowledge
By Thomas Carothers

Mythmaking in the Rule of Law Orthodoxy
By Frank Upham

Do Judicial Councils Further Judicial Reform? Lessons From Latin America
By Linn Hammergren

Foreign Direct Investment: Does Rule of Law Matter?
By John Hewko