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Prioritizing Security Sector Reform

Prioritizing Security Sector Reform argues that Security Sector Reform (SSR) should be at the core of a new U.S. policy and approach to strengthen security sectors through more effective and accountable security forces and institutions in countries where U.S. interests are at stake. Case studies include Tunisia, Mexico and Libya.

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Effective, Legitimate, Secure

Effective, Legitimate, Secure: Insights for Defense Institution Building offers a collection of chapters that frame the challenge of defense institution building and offer guiding questions for future development of the discipline.

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Toward Regional Cooperation

Toward Regional Cooperation: The Internal Security Dimension is part of a series or reports to promote regional cooperation across an array of sectors. Written by SCG’s president, Querine Hanlon, this report focuses on fostering cooperation in one of the world’s least integrated sectors.

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Mali’s Border Security Capacity and Capabilities - Assessment Report

This report offers a gap analysis of Mali’s border security capacity, capabilities, and identifies four core deficiencies. A companion report, A Border Security Skills Development Plan for Mali, offers solutions.

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Mali's Border Security - Development Plan

Mali’s Border Security: Skills Development Plan offers detailed recommendations to address some of the gaps highlighted in SCG’s Mali’s Border Security Capacity and Capabilities: Assessment Report.

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Border Security Challenges in The Grand Maghreb

Border Security in the Grand Maghreb maps Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia’s cross-border challenges and provides recommendations for addressing them.

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The Prospects for Security Sector Reform In Tunisia: A Year After The Revolution

The Prospects for Security Sector Reform in Tunisia: A Year after the Revolution provides an overview of progress and remaining security sector reform challenges one year after the revolution in Tunisia.

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