After surveying the relevant principles of international occupation law, the chapter explores the ethics of the jus post bellum, the standards for assuring that a peace will last after intervention. It discusses external measures (reparations, etc.) and internal measures (political reform) and the cases of postwar Germany and Japan, Iraq after 1993, and Cambodia after 1991. It concludes with an analysis of the factors likely to contribute to a sustainable peace
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