Building States, Undermining Public Order? Security Sector Reform in Pluralist Public Order Regimes

@inproceedings{Pich2017BuildingSU,
  title={Building States, Undermining Public Order? Security Sector Reform in Pluralist Public Order Regimes},
  author={G. Pich{\'e}},
  year={2017}
}
Since the Cold War and especially after the attacks of September 2001, security sector reform has become a key component of the state-building project targeting unstable, fragile states. Yet, despite its popularity with donors and other international stakeholders, SSR has often failed to fulfill its overarching objective: reduce violence and make people safer. SSR success is unclear at best, as suggested by Afghanistan and Iraq, but also Haiti and El Salvador. In this dissertation, I argue that… Expand