Navigating the Politics of Security Governance

The Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF)

“Political will” may be the most commonly cited obstacle to effective security governance, but it is probably the least understood. This post summarizes insights from my book, Governing Security After War, which examines how local and international actors navigate the politics that shape security sector governance, and when their interactions lead to institutional change.  

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