Into the sea: capacity-building innovations and the maritime security challenge

@article{Bueger2019IntoTS,
  title={Into the sea: capacity-building innovations and the maritime security challenge},
  author={Christian Bueger and Timothy Edmunds and Robert C. McCabe},
  journal={Third World Quarterly},
  year={2019},
  volume={41},
  pages={228 - 246}
}
Abstract Maritime security capacity-building is a growing field of international activity. It is an area that requires further study, as a field in its own right, but also as an archetype to develop insights for capacity-building and security sector reform in other arenas. This article is one of the first to analyse this field of activity. Our empirical focus is on the Western Indian Ocean (WIO) region. Here, international actors have launched multiple capacity-building projects, initially in… 
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