Month: February 2011

The term security sector reform implies a range of reforms—including justice, governance, transparency, accountability—that are not actually funded under the US government’s SSR umbrella.

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Will Assassination in Juba Threaten Openness, Accessibility of New GoSS?

Southern Sudan’s government may be slow, occasionally chaotic, and generally lack transparency and capacity, but at least to those in Juba, it has been open and accessible, not yet a fortress far removed from the people. It would be unfortunate if a consequence of Lemi’s murder is a more closed and distant government, rigidly secluded and difficult to access.

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