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Dilemmas of Security Sector Reform


January 2004 | Report

Security sector reform consists of a broad range of activities involving a wide variety of local stakeholders and external partners. The unifying factor is the focus on democratic governance.... Read More »

Security Sector Governance in Africa: A Handbook


January 2004 | Book

This handbook begins from the premise that people and states must be secure from the fear of violence at the local, national, regional and international levels if an enabling environment for sustainable political and economic development is to be created. ... Read More »

Memorandum: Paramilitary Peace Process

by Ingrid Vacius

December 2003 | Policy Brief

On November 25, in a highly publicized ceremony in Medellin’s convention center, 850 members of the Bloque Cacique de Nutibara paramilitary unit handed... Read More »

Power Without Statesmanship Will Not Gain Peace


South Florida Sun-Sentinel, November 2003 | Article

Immediately after the 9-11 terrorist attacks there was an outpouring of support for and solidarity with the United States. The world faced a new threat, and, it was believed, the United States would now, as it had during the Cold War, lead the way in confronting it, consulting with its allies and working carefully within the United Nations system as it did so.... Read More »

A Cry For 'Justice'


South Florida Sun-Sentinel, October 2003 | Article

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf's recent New York statements --that "Islam as a religion is being targeted and pilloried," that the Islamic world has an obligation to reform the religious schools "that preach hatred" and that it must "shun militancy and extremism" but for that to be feasible "the West must join us by helping to resolve all political disputes involving Muslims with justice" -- deserve to be pondered and acted upon.... Read More »

The White House, Congress and the CIA


The Washington Post, October 2003 | Article

Mel Goodman, former CIA analyst and senior fellow at the Center forInternational Policy, discusses the misuse of intelligence and the need to protect CIA operatives.... Read More »

Arrogance, Deceptions Still On Display


South Florida Sun-Sentinel, September 2003 | Article

Just as President Bush's ever-changing reasons for our pre-emptive attack on Iraq without the United Nations' imprimatur have dissolved in a cloud of denial, now he has ignored his past actions and gone to the U.N. defiantly demanding funds and troops to extricate himself from the unplanned-for Iraqi reconstruction and restoration of order.... Read More »

Paint by Numbers

by , Lisa Haugaard, Joy Olson

August 2003 | Report

A report detailing recent trends in U.S. military training in Latin America based on congressionally mandated reports. An important story unfolds about U.S. military programs and challenges to oversight. ... Read More »

Korean Endgame: A Strategy for Reunification and U.S. Disengagement


August 2003 | Book

Based on meetings with both Kim Il Sung and his son, Kim Jong Il, Selig Harrison presents explanations of Pyongyang's actions that are more sympathetic and intelligent than the official pronouncements of the North Korean government... Read More »

Right! It Was All Wrong


South Florida Sun-Sentinel, May 2003 | Article

During his recent visit to Iraq and other countries in the Middle East, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld chided those who had criticized the conduct of the war by giving Winston Churchill's famous words a new twist. "Rarely," said Rumsfeld, "had so many been so wrong about so much."... Read More »

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