6 edition of Disarmament and demobilisation after civil wars found in the catalog.
Disarmament and demobilisation after civil wars
Mats R. Berdal
by Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies in Oxford, [England], New York, NY
Written in English
|Other titles||Arms, soldiers and the termination of armed conflicts, Disarmament and demobilization after civil wars|
|Statement||Mats R. Berdal.|
|Series||Adelphi paper -- 303, Adelphi papers -- no. 303.|
|Contributions||International Institute for Strategic Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||88 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||88|
The failure to respond to the disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) of such former combatants can cause high levels of insecurity, at worst a resumption of armed conflict. Accordingly DDR is now a regular component of post-conflict reconstruction efforts around the world. Postwar Recovery provides a unique study of DDR in action. The author identifies the political, socio-economic and cultural background to the Nigerian civil war and discusses the central theme of demobilisation, disarmament and reintegration (DDR) in Nigeria against the backdrop of the policy of the country's post war reconstruction, reconciliation and rehabilitation exercise (the 3Rs).
Disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) are not just terms that 80 Civil–Military Relations in Zambia. interconnected issues that go beyond the formal end of the war.”5 “The demobilisation process should not be seen as an end in itself but . (Adelphi Papers) , The United States, Norway and the Cold War, –60 , Disarmament and Demobilisation After Civil Wars (Adelphi Papers) , Greed and Grievance: Economic Agendas in Civil Wars (co-editor) , Studies in International Relations: Essays by Philip Windsor (co-editor) , Transnational Organized Crime and.
Since the UN mission in Central America, Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration (DDR) of members of combatant groups has become an integral part of the peace-building process. The basic purpose is a dual one – to re-establish the state’s legitimate monopoly over the use of force through demilitarisation (D&D); and to redefine former fighters’ (and their families) roles in. This book examines the dynamics of security provision in international interventions in post-conflict states. It focuses on how international security interventions – such as Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration (DDR) programmes, Security Sector Reform (SSR) and Armed Violence Reduction (AVR) – play out in the post-civil war context in which they are implemented.
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: Disarmament and Demobilisation after Civil Wars (Adelphi Papers) (): Berdal, Mats R.: BooksCited by: Berdal, M.'Disarmament and Demobilisation After Civil Wars: Arms, Soldiers and the Termination of Armed Conflicts', Adelphi PaperInternational Institute for Strategic Studies, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Disarmament & Demobilisation After Civil Wars OUP UK Since`comprehensive political settlements' aimed at ending longstanding internal conflicts in Central America, parts of Africa, and South-East Asia, have all included detailed provisions concerning the disarmament and demobilization of rebel and government forces.
Get this from a library. Disarmament and demobilisation after civil wars. [Mats Berdal; International Institute for Strategic Studies.]. The purpose of this study is to analyse the reasons why the disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) of ex-belligerents has characteristically been so problematic to achieve in societies emerging from years of armed conflict.
Mats (), ‘Disarmament and Demobilisation After Civil Wars: Arms, Soldiers and the Termination of. Disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR), or disarmament, demobilisation, repatriation, reintegration and resettlement (DDRRR) are applied strategies for executing successful peacekeeping operations, and is generally the strategy employed by all UN Peacekeeping Operations following civil wars.
Disarmament entails the physical removal of the means of combat from ex-belligerents. ‘Demobilization of Combatants after Civil Wars in Africa and Their Reintegration into Civilian Life’, Policy Science 30(3), – Kingma, Kees and Kiflemariam Grebrewold.
Demobilization in Subsaharan Africa Disarmament and Demobilisation After Civil Wars: Arms, Soldiers and the Termination of Armed Conflicts, ISSN X pdf file Geofrey Mugumya, United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research | An Assessment of.
Disarmament and Demobilisation After Civil Wars. Miscellany. Glossary. Disarmament, weapons control and security. Pages: Published online: Books; Keep up to date. Register to receive personalised research and resources by email. Sign me up. Taylor and Francis Group Facebook page.
Table of Contents. Ethnic Self-determination and the Break-up of States, Kamal S. Shehadi () 2. Disarmament and Demobilisation After Civil Wars, Mats R. Berdal () 3. Ending Civil Wars, Charles King () 4.
The Economic Functions of Violence in Civil Wars, David Keen (). Without security on the ground there cannot be ‘deep implementation’ of a post‐civil war peace settlement. Therefore, disarmament and demobilisation are often key elements in peace settlements.
This article examines the process of implementing disarmament and demobilisation as part of a post‐civil war peace settlement. It identifies four elements that are particularly important in.
Disarmament and demobilisation after civil wars: arms, soldiers and the termination of armed conflicts. This depressing record provides the background for this book which examines critically the range of issues associated with disarming, demobilizing and re-integrating military forces into society after prolonged periods of civil war.
The. Disarmament and demobilization. In Ending civil wars: The implementation of peace agreements, edited by Stephen John Stedman, Donald Rothchild, and Elizabeth M. Cousens, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner. Google Scholar.
2 Mats R. Berdal, Disarmament and Demobilisation after Civil Wars: Arms, Soldiers, and the Termination of Armed Conflicts, Adelphi Paper (Oxford: Oxford University Press for the IISS, ), pp. 12– 3 Barbara F. Walter, ‘The Critical Barrier to Civil War Settlement’, International Organization, vol.
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Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) is a critical element of post conflict peace building (PCPB). The peace agreement leading-up from ceasefire agreement after the end of conflict. In striking contrast to the situation after the First World War, Germany offered virtually no resistance to its forced disarmament by the allies in Effective opposition would have been much more difficult than in the s because the allies occupied every part of the country, the German armed forced were utterly crushed, and the power available to the allies was far greater than it had.
Get this from a library. Disarmament and demobilisation after civil wars: arms, soldiers and the termination of armed conflicts. [Mats R Berdal; International Institute for Strategic Studies.]. [P]icking up the pieces of broken children after a conflict is hugely difficult, the necessary and ongoing effort is hard to sustain, and success is unpredictable to gauge.
1 In most instances, post-conflict disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) programmes do not sufficiently address the hardships of child soldiers. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. The stigmatisation of ex-combatants after war - Volume 39 Issue 2 - JAREMEY R.
MCMULLIN. Disarmament and Demobilisation after Civil Wars, Adelphi Paper No. (London: International Institute for Strategic Studies, ), p. 5. Mark, Global Governance and the New Wars: The Merging of Development and Security (London: Zed Books. The book seeks to locate or contextualise individual cases within their distinctive social, cultural and historical settings.
As such it differs from much of the donor-driven literature that has tended to abstract the challenge of disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) from their political and historical context, focusing instead.order.
But when civil wars end, the presence of armed elements with few alterna - tives to practicing their violent skill-sets poses a threat to consolidating gains made in peace processes near their conclusion, or to the stability of an already-concluded peace. Disarmament.