Month: January 2014

South Sudan: Going South?

Security Governance Group Senior Associate David Law draws on his experience providing security sector training in South Sudan to dissect the multi-layered challenge the country faces in overcoming its fault-lines. He argues that the South Sudan case demonstrates that for SSR and security governance to be more effective, an understanding of a state’s many constituent parts is necessary.

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Ukraine: The Unseen Changes at EuroMaidan

Security Governance Group Associate Frederic Labarre writes about the EuroMaidan demonstrations in Ukraine, observing that the response of security personnel has showed a marked improvement in conduct, displaying a controlled and proportionate response deserving of praise.

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