3 edition of Defence and security sector governance and reform in South East Europe found in the catalog.
Defence and security sector governance and reform in South East Europe
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Eden Cole, Timothy Donais, Philipp H. Fluri (eds.) ; Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces.|
|Series||Militär und Sozialwissenschaften -- Bd. 38|
|Contributions||Cole, Eden., Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces.|
|LC Classifications||UA646.8 .D45 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||268 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||2005390066|
Security sector reform as a new paradigm 2 Defining security sector reform Elements and actors of security sector reform 2. as well as in some of the countries in transition in Europe, the democratisation of reform in this area is good governance, including the capacity of the civil society (e.g. media, NGOs, researchers, the public at. The concept of security sector reform also gains a political acceptance in a large number of East European and post-Soviet states, which undertake efforts towards establishing democratic systems.
Security Sector Governance and Reform (SSG/R) is high on the international agenda and is increasingly gaining momentum and relevance for the OSCE. The purpose of the conference is to discuss strategies for comprehensive support to SSG/R processes with an OSCE-wide perspective. different: post-totalitarian, post-conflict, good governance and counter-terrorism. The drive for NATO, PfP and EU membership strongly stimulated the reform processes in the security sector in South East Europe. The specific features of the reform of the armed forces in these different.
11 For more on the difference between ‘narrow’ and ‘broad’ definitions of the security sector see: Timothy Edmunds, ‘Security sector reform: Concepts and Implementation’ in Towards security sector reform in post Cold War Europe: A framework for assessment, eds. Wilhelm N. Germann and Timothy Edmunds. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, ), 15–File Size: KB. Defence and Security Sector Governance and Reform in South East Europe An assessment of security sector reform efforts in Eastern Europe that includes both country-specific reviews along with thematic analyses. PRISM, the journal of complex operations Fifth Ave., Bldg.
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Defence and security sector governance and reform in South East Europe: regional perspectives Author: Eden Cole ; Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces.
This third volume in the series analysed the security sector governance papers published in the two prior self-assessment studies with the three-fold of aim of enhancing the relevance of the original papers, analysing their findings for the benefit.
What challenges do south-eastern European countries face in terms of security sector reform (SSR). In the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) conducted a special programme on the progress of SSR in South East Europe (SEE).
The overall objective of the programme was to assess progress to date, review lessons learned, [ ]. Defence and Security Sector Governance and Reform in South East Europe From January to December the Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance (DCAF) conducted a special programme on the progress of security sector reform in South East Europe.
Defence and Security Sector Governance and Reform in South East Europe Abstract From January to December the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control ofArmed Forces (DCAF) conducted a special programme on the progress of security sector reform in South East Europe.
The book assesses the theory and practice of security sector reform programmes in the context of Europe and the Western Balkans, the relationship between security sector reform and normative international policy more generally, and the broader dynamics ofpost-conflict and.
It is notorious that the evolution of civil-military relations and the security sector reform in South East Europe has to deal with post-totalitarian and post-conflict challenges. The book treats these issues also in the context of the adaptation to fighting terrorism and the need to be effective in this struggle while continuing the democratic.
Defence and Security Sector Governance and Reform in South East Europe. By Eden Cole, Timothy Donais and Philipp H. Fluri DCAF. Security Sector Reform in South-East Europe Montenegrin State specifically provides for a civilian Minister of Defence. • A National Security Strategy is being devised to provide for the.
Security Sector Governance (SSG) refers to the structures, processes, values and attitudes that shape decisions about security and their implementation. Security Sector Reform (SSR) aims to enhance SSG through the eff ective and effi cient delivery of security under conditions of democratic oversight File Size: 1MB.
The SSR Backgrounders provide concise introductions to topics and concepts in good security sector governance (SSG) and security sector reform (SSR). The series summarizes current debates, explains key terms and exposes central tensions based on a broad range of international Size: KB.
Security sector reform (SSR) is a globally applied concept calling for the enforcement of good governance norms in all aspects of security policy making and implementation (i.e., not just military defence activities).
Within Europe, both NATO and the EU have sought to promote democratic standards in the defence and security sphere and have.
Security Sector Governance and Reform Introduction Security Sector Governance and Reform (SSG/R) is increasingly recognized by the OSCE and its participating States as playing an essential role in conﬂ ict prevention, early warning, crisis management, and post-conﬂ ict rehabilitation.
In the first chapter of the book, Joaquín Castellón analyses the concept of Security Sector Reform (SSR), which is being constantly built and deepened. Armed forces that are well integrated, depoliticised, professional, efficient, respectful of the law and democratically controlled can be one of the guardians of peace, stability and democratic values.
Although the security sector reform concept extends much beyond the military sector and included justice from the beginning, initial efforts to operationalise the concept—primarily by the UK government—focused heavily on the military sector.
There is no universally agreed definition of security sector by: Security sector reform aims to help states enhance the security of their citizens. There has been a shift from state- and military-centric notions of security to a greater emphasis on human security. This has underscored the importance of governance issues and civilian input into policy making.
The handbook has been produced by a collaborative effort among researchers and practitioners across Africa. It provides guidance on undertaking a process of security-sector transformation consistent with democratic governance principles and a human security agenda.
It is primarily intended for security-sector practitioners both in the security organisations and among the civil authorities charged with. The ‘Resilience, Defence and Security’ budget bracket is meant to receive €29,1 billion over the next seven years, with the EU’s flagship initiatives – the European Defence Fund and m.
6 Security Sector Reform in South East Europe – a Study in Norms Transfer Article Security Sector Governance in the Western Balkans: Self-Assessment Studies on Defence, Intelligence, Police and.
> Criteria for Good Governance in the Defence Sector: International Standards and Principles Criteria for Good Governance in the Defence Sector: International Standards and Principles This publication was, originally, developed in order to provide assessment guidelines in the systematic evaluation of the integrity systems of nine countries.
Security sector reform and post-conﬂict peacebuilding / edited by Albrecht ASEAN Association of South-East Asian Nations AUC Autodefensas Unidas de Colombia OSCE Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe PAC civil defence patrols .The security landscape in every country is a reflection of history, culture, political, socio-economic conditions and experiences.
The United Nations assists Member States to undertake security sector reform with a view to achieving effective and accountable security for the State and its citizens, without discrimination and with full respect for human rights and the rule of.Introduction: The Future of Security Sector Reform 16 Defence, security agencies and DFID to work together.
We proposed that DFID In the case of Bosnia, Kosovo and East Timor, there was a much closer working relationship between the military and DFID, such as in our funding of Size: 2MB.