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Author: Roland Friedrich,Arnold Luethold
ISBN: 3832935304
Pages: 150 pages
Publisher: Nomos Publishers (December 26, 2008)
Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
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e-Book Entry-Points to Palestinian Security Sector Reform (Sustainable Peace and Global Security Governance) epub download

by Roland Friedrich,Arnold Luethold



Security sector reform is at the top of the Palestinian reform agenda

Security sector reform is at the top of the Palestinian reform agenda. This book gives a voice to the Palestinians, the intended beneficiaries of security sector reform. By highlighting various entry-points for security sector reform, this collection of Palestinian perspectives is a contribution to a better understanding of Palestinian needs and of the direction in which Palestinians would like to see their security sector evolve. This book will be of interest to policy-makers, academics, experts and students specializing in Palestinian governance and reform.

The concepts of security sector governance and reform (SSG/R, or SSG and SSR) generally refer to a process in Western-based international development and democratization to amend the security sector of a state towards good governance and its principl.

Security Sector Reform Unit. Sustainable Peace Through Justice and Security. The reasons for this growing global emphasis on SSR are clear. A Magazine Published by the Security Sector Reform Unit, Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations. SSR also has a strong preventive aspect, as those institutions provide the foundations for resilient soci-eties based on the rule of law and respect for human rights.

Entry-points to Palestinian Security Sector Reform, Appendix A, p. 158. Roland Friedrich and Arnold . Roland Friedrich and Arnold Luethold, DCAF, 2007. Roland Friedrich, Arnold Luethold and Firas Milhem, The Security Sector Legislation of the Palestinian National Authority Archived 2016-10-07 at the Wayback Machine, pp. 261-264 (3,2 MB). Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF), January 2008.

Security Sector Reform (SSR) is an important tool in the EU’s external intervention toolkit

Security Sector Reform (SSR) is an important tool in the EU’s external intervention toolkit. Against the backdrop of an increasingly uncertain global security environment and especially against the backdrop of changing geo-political relations, the EU has currently stepped up its SSR endeavours globally, and particularly in its eastern neighbourhood. This paper considers the case of the EU’s ongoing Security Sector Reform efforts in Ukraine and uses primary and secondary data collected by the Whole of Society for Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding (WOSCAP) project. It first investigates the.

131 Friedrich, Roland and Luethold, Arnold (eds), Entry Points to Palestinian Security Sector Reform (Geneva Centre for the democratic Control of Armed Forces: Geneva and Ramallah, 2007). 132 International Crisis Group, ‘The Meaning of Palestinian Reform’, Middle East Briefing (Amman/Washington: ICG, 12 November 2002), p. 6. 133 International Crisis Group, ‘Squaring the Circle: Palestinian Security Reform under Occupation’, Middle East Report No. 98 (Washington/Amman: ICG, 7 September 2010), pp. 4–5. 134 Hilal and Khan, ‘State formation under the PNA’, pp. 94–5.

Entry-Points to Palestinian Security Sector Reform. Security sector reform (SSR) is on top of the Palestinian reform agenda. Geneva: Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF). For them, security sector reform is also necessary to advance Palestinian state-building. Germann, . & Karkoszka, A. (Ed. This book addresses the and privatization of war and peace to find answers to these two questions.

3 Roland Friedrich and Arnold Luethold, ed. Entry-Points to Palestinian Security Sector Reform (Geneva: Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, 2007), 20. 4 Charles D. Smith, Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 7th ed. (Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2010), 492–494.

Includes bibliographical references. Geographic Name: Palestinian National Authority.

1. General Note: "Original versions: English and Arabic, Geneva and Ramallah, 2007" . Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Geographic Name: Palestine Military policy.

Security sector reform is at the top of the Palestinian reform agenda. Palestinians want effective and accountable security forces that respond to their security needs. For them, security sector reform is also necessary to advance Palestinian state-building. However, many political organizations and socio-economic challenges make change slow and difficult. Donors sometimes seek to influence the reform process in a direction that serves their own interests and overlooks Palestinian needs. This book gives a voice to the Palestinians, the intended beneficiaries of security sector reform. Palestinian security experts and practitioners propose concrete changes in the legal framework, the structure of the security forces, the mechanisms for oversight and accountability, and the management of armed groups. By highlighting various entry-points for security sector reform, this collection of Palestinian perspectives is a contribution to a better understanding of Palestinian needs and of the direction in which Palestinians would like to see their security sector evolve. This book will be of interest to policy-makers, academics, experts and students specializing in Palestinian governance and reform. It will also be of interest for those concerned more generally with state-building and democratization in the Middle East.