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Dealing with the Past in Security Sector Reform
Dealing with the Past in Security Sector Reform
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Dealing with the Past in Security Sector Reform

Alexander Mayer-Rieckh
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Dealing with the Past in Security Sector Reform

Alexander Mayer-Rieckh
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Security sector reform (SSR) and transitional justice processes often occur alongside each other in societies emerging from conflict or authoritarian rule, involve many of the same actors, are supported by some of the same partner countries and impact on each other. Yet the relationship between SSR and transitional justice, or 'dealing with the past' (DwP) as it is also called, remains underexplored and is often marked by ignorance and resistance. While SSR and transitional justice processes can get into each other's way, this paper argues that SSR and DwP are intrinsically linked and can complement each other. SSR can make for better transitional justice and vice versa. Transitional justice needs SSR to prevent a recurrence of abuses, an essential element of justice. SSR can learn from transitional justice not only that it is better to deal with rather than ignore an abusive past but also how to address an abusive legacy in the security sector. The validity of these assumptions is tested in two case studies: the police reform process in Bosnia and Herzegovina after 1995 and the SSR process in Nepal after 2006.

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Publisher
Ubiquity Press
Year
2013
ISBN
9781911529378
Topic
Politics & International Relations
Subtopic
Military Policy

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