Governing Insecurity

Democratic Control of Military and Security Establishments in Transitional Democracies

Gavin Cawthra and Robin Luckham

Governing Insecurity

Gavin Cawthra and Robin Luckham

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352 pages | 5.4375 x 8.5
Paper $55.95 ISBN: 9781842771495 Published April 2003 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
PART 1: INTRODUCTION

1. Democratic Strategies for Security in Transition and Conflict - Robin Luckham

PART 2: DEMOCRATIC CONTROL AND SECURITY SECTOR TRANSFORMATION IN TRANSITIONAL DEMOCRACIES

2. Security Transformation in Post-Apartheid South Africa - Gavin Cawthra

3. Nigeria: Options For Civil-Military Relations in a Democratizing Polity - J. Kayode Fayemi

4. Pulling Back from the Brink: Ghana's Experience- Eboe Hutchful

5. Between Autonomy and Subordination: Government-Military Relations in Post-Authoritarian Chile - Patricio Silva

6. Political Armies, Security Forces and Democratic Consolidation in Latin America - Kees Koonings

PART 3: DEMOCRATIC CONTROL AND SECURITY SECTOR TRANSFORMATION IN CONFLICT-TORN SOCIETIES

7. Democratization and its Enemies: The Algerian Transition to Authoritarianism, 1988-2001 - Frederic Volpi

8. The Security Establishment in Sri Lanka: A Case for Reform - Jagath P. Senaratne

9. Security Structures in Bosnia and Herzegovina - Mary Kaldor

10. Sierra Leone: The Legacies of Authoritarianism and Political Violence - Comfort Ero

11. A Failing State: The Democratic Republic of Congo - Roger Kibasomba

12. In Whose Interest is Security Sector Reform? Lessons from the Balkans - Susan L. Woodward

PART 4: CONCLUSION

13. Democratic Control and the Security Sector: The Scope for Transformation and Its Limits - Gavin Cawthra and Robin Luckham

Index
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