in. First, I provide a conceptual discussion of veterans’ bifurcated mobilization in post-settlement societies, building on Axel Honneth's (1995) notion of recognition struggles and discussing its cyclical character. After a brief introduction of
Bifurcated Veterans’ Mobilization and Political Order in Post-settlement El Salvador
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differences, any similarities between these three cases are particularly noteworthy and should point to more general mechanisms. In the following sections, I explore the literature on recognition struggles further, as well as the previous literature on
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( 2 ): 195 – 205 . Renault , Emmanuel . 2009 . “ Reconaissance, lutte, domination: le modèle hégélien (Recognition. Struggle, domination: the Hegelian model) .” Politique et Sociétés 28 ( 3 ): 22 – 43 . Sass , Jensen , and John S