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The Evolution of Civil-Military Relations in South East Europe

Continuing Democratic Reform and Adapting to the Needs of Fighting Terrorism

  • Philipp H. Fluri
  • Gustav E. Gustenau
  • Plamen I. Pantev
  • Ernst. M. Felberbauer
  • Frederic Labarre

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XI
  2. Plamen I. Pantev
    Pages 1-8
  3. Old and New Security Risks and Instability in the Balkans

  4. Civil-Military Relations, Democratic Control of the Armed Forces and Security Sector Reform During the Fight Against Terrorism

  5. The Process of Reform of Civil-Military Relations, the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces and the Security Sector in South East Europe and the Impact of the Launch of the Counter-Terrorist Campaign: The National Perspectives

  6. Back Matter
    Pages 271-276

About this book

Introduction

It is notorious that the evolution of civil-military relations and the security sector reform in South East Europe has to deal with post-totalitarian and post-conflict challenges. The book treats these issues also in the context of the adaptation to fighting terrorism and the need to be effective in this struggle while continuing the democratic reforms in the individual countries. A team of authors from all South East European states, Western Europe and North America draws the complicated, yet logically evolving picture of the problems in the security sector reform field of the region and proves the validity of the particular research area. The comprehensive study concludes there is a rising maturity of the security sector in the region, but also a variety of uncompleted tasks.

Keywords

Corporate Safety Policy Counter-Terrorism Democratic Reforms Europe Evolution Hungary NATO Nation Policy Security Sector South-East Europe Terrorist conflict environment terrorism

Editors and affiliations

  • Philipp H. Fluri
    • 1
  • Gustav E. Gustenau
    • 2
  • Plamen I. Pantev
    • 3
  • Ernst. M. Felberbauer
  • Frederic Labarre
  1. 1.Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed ForcesGeneva 1Switzerland
  2. 2.Bureau for Security Policy at the Austrian Ministry of DefenceViennaAustria
  3. 3.Institute for Strategic and International StudiesSofiaBulgaria

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