Power-sharing arrangements are often applied as a means to address conflict between two parties. But practitioners and policymakers alike agree that the foundation for such arrangements requires considerable strategy and planning, including articulating clear objectives and expectations. Under what conditions do power-sharing arrangements work? What are the key ingredients to help unity governments succeed? Do power-sharing arrangements build political trust by delivering to citizens?
Associate Vice President, U.S. Institute of Peace
Director, Inclusive Societies, U.S. Institute of Peace
Director, Africa Programs, U.S. Institute of Peace
Professor, Political Science Department, Gettysburg College
Associate Professor, Towson University
Survey Research Specialist, Research Triangle Institute International