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Author Kleinfeld, Rachel, author

Title Fragility and security sector reform / Rachel Kelinfeld
Published [Washington, DC] : Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2016
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Description 1 online resource (10 pages)
Series Policy brief ; No. 3
Policy brief (Fragility Study Group) ; no. 3
Summary Efforts to improve security sector assistance have foundered for years due to fractured responsibility and focusing on the urgent over the important. Yet American security requires building effective partnerships in fragile states. The next administration should prioritize SSA improvements. The United States cannot reform countries that do not wish to change. Yet successes are real and meaningful. Improving strategy and implementation will allow the United States to deprioritize countries where its effects will be minimal, prioritize potentially significant successes, and focus senior offcials on the areas with the hardest choices so they can avoid making the situation worse
Notes "September 2016."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 8-10)
Notes Online resource; title from PDF caption (USIP, viewed September 30, 2016)
Subject Military assistance, American -- Planning
Political stability
Security sector
Security, International
Political stability.
Security sector.
Security, International.
Form Electronic book
Author Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Center for a New American Security
United States Institute of Peace