Challenges of Security Sector Governance
Lit, 2003 - Political Science - 296 pages
The war in Iraq in spring 2003 was a further indication of the "resecuritization" of international relations triggered by the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. However, the new (or renewed) primacy of security will be of a rather different nature as compared to the Cold War period. The underlying assumption of the essays in this volume is that security issues will increasingly be approached from a governance perspective and that, in this context, the internal dimension of security governance--security sector governance--is an issue whose rapidly growing importance has not yet been duly recognized.
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Making Sense of Security Sector Governance
Security Sector Reform and NATO and EU Enlargement
Revisiting the OSCE Code of Conduct on PoliticoMilitary
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