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25 Jan 2017 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

First generation security sector reform (SSR) was implemented in El Salvador following the end of the civil war. Despite institutional reforms, Salvadoran SSR remains unfinished.

27 Apr 2016 description

ABOUT THE NON-STATE SECURITY PROVIDERS PROJECT

This is the third of four papers produced as part of the CSG’s project on Non-State Security Providers and Political Formation in Conflict-Affected States. The project was made possible by generous financial support from the Gerda Henkel Foundation.

27 Apr 2016 description

ABOUT THE NON-STATE SECURITY PROVIDERS PROJECT

This is the second of four papers produced as part of the CSG’s project on Non-State Security Providers and Political Formation in Conflict-Affected States. The project was made possible by generous financial support from the Gerda Henkel Foundation. The project considers new aspects of the relationship between security and development by examining how the presence of non-state security providers affects political development in conflict-affected societies.

27 Apr 2016 description

ABOUT THE NON-STATE SECURITY PROVIDERS PROJECT

This is the first of four papers produced as part of the CSG’s project on Non-State Security Providers and Political Formation in Conflict-Affected States. The project was made possible by generous financial support from the Gerda Henkel Foundation.

07 May 2015 description

By Zurab Elzarov, 7 May 2015

After a long delay, the DDR process in Darfur has seen some progress over the past several months with disarmament and demobilization of ex-combatants from former rebel movements who decided to join the peace process, surrender their weapons and return to civilian life.

04 Sep 2014 description

By Andreas Krieg

On August 8, the United States began a series of targeted air strikes against the Islamic State of Syria and al-Shām in Iraq. This blog post by Andreas Krieg was originally published on the SSR Resource Centre in July 2014. While written prior to these recent events, the piece offers critical insight on why the Iraqi Army proved so ineffective against this extremist group and has therefore been republished here as part of the CSG Insights series.