Who Do We Want to Coerce?: Security Sector Reform and State Building
In a recent blog for the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces' International Security Sector Advisory Team (ISSAT-DCAF), Liam O'Shea argues that a new generation of security sector reform must incorporate state building into programming - rather than assume that state capacity to control the security sector already exists.
Read his post, and the response by Patrick Hagan, via ISSAT-DCAF here.
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