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Security sector reform and statebuilding: lessons learned

Jackson, Paul (2011) Security sector reform and statebuilding: lessons learned. In: Back to the Roots: Security Sector Reform and Development. Lit Verlag.

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Research shows that the number of wars and their lethality have been declining since 1992, and over the same time the worst conflicts declined by over 80 per cent.1 However, research also shows that the improvements result from more wars ending: the onset of new wars, regrettably, remains
constant.2 ‘Failed’, ‘weak’ or ‘fragile’ states, home to the poorest billion of people living in fewer than 60 countries, 70 per cent of which are located in Africa,3 are still most at risk of falling into conflict.

Type of Work:Book Section
Date:December 2011 (Publication)
School/Faculty:Colleges (2008 onwards) > College of Social Sciences
Department:International Development Department
Subjects:JZ International relations
Institution:University of Birmingham
Copyright Holders:Lit Verlag
ID Code:972
Refereed:YES
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