• Corpus ID: 15354075

Managing ‘ post-conflict ’ zones DDR AND WEAPONS REDUCTION

@inproceedings{2003ManagingP,
  title={Managing ‘ post-conflict ’ zones DDR AND WEAPONS REDUCTION},
  author={},
  year={2003}
}
  • Published 2003
  • Political Science
and weapons reduction programmes as part of overall recovery strategies can be an important factor in winning the peace. The end of armed conflict does not necessarily signal a return to security. The introduction of ceasefires, peace agreements, or even discrete interventions that seek to disarm warring parties does not always guarantee tangible improvements in safety. As this chapter shows, in 2004 many so-called 'post-conflict' periods presented even more direct and indirect threats to… 
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