SECURITY SECTOR REFORM - AN INTEGRAL PART OF POST-CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION
“Conflict is part of human nature, is part of human life, and man is essentially a creature of conflicting interests. Human history is strewn with a wide range of conflicts, from the economic to the military, depending on the growth and decay of tribes, nations, empires and cultures. Some entities have initiated and engaged in attacking conflict to destabilize, control or conquer, while others did so to defend themselves. War, military campaigns and naval battles, fighting, insurrection, guerrilla, terrorism and other conflicts is a constant period of contemporary events. Moreover, various forms of military conflict held daily forefront so often that periods of peace can be considered notable exceptions to normal running of international relations.”
Keywords: conflict; post-conflict; operations; reconstruction; stability.
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