Policing the New World Disorder: Peace Operations and Public Security
Robert B. Oakley, Michael J. Dziedzic, Eliot M. Goldberg
National defense University Press, 1998 - Political Science - 573 pages
In the post-Cold War era anarchic conditions within sovereign states have repeatedly posed serious and intractable challenges to the international order. Nations have been called upon to conduct peace operations in response to dysfunctional or disintegrating states (such as Somalia, Haiti, and the former Yugoslavia). Among the more vigorous therapies for this kind of disorder is revitalizing local public security institutions --the police, judiciary, and penal system. This volume presents insights into the process of restoring public security gleaned from a wide range of practitioners and academic specialists.
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