This project focused on structural, attitudinal and political reform in the military, police, and intelligence services in Croatia and Serbia-Montenegro. It compared the two countries’ security sector reform processes through an analysis of three key themes: democratic control of the security sector; professionalisation; and western assistance and conditionality. It analysed key factors shaping the nature and direction of the two states' respective reform processes, and in particular the relative importance of, and interplay between domestic and international influences.
|Effective start/end date||1/01/04 → 1/04/06|
- SPAIS Global Insecurities Centre
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