Resistance to Reform; Submission to Status Quo

@article{Cave2009ResistanceTR,
  title={Resistance to Reform; Submission to Status Quo},
  author={Rosy Cave and Natesan Manoharan},
  journal={South Asian Survey},
  year={2009},
  volume={16},
  pages={291 - 314}
}
Security sector reform (SSR) in conflict-ridden countries like Sri Lanka is a challenging task. Currently, the inclination towards the reform process is scant. Apart from absence of political will, there is an immense deficit of institutional and human resources needed to carry out the requisite reforms. However, presence of some positive elements like keenness of international actors in motivating reforms and the inherent democratic nature of the country are encouraging. The article concludes… 
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