Reflection Group “Monopoly on the use of force 2.0?”

Is there a need for new peace and ­security rules in the 21st century?

Think Pieces

Jaïr van der Lijn | Publikation

Think Piece 20: The future of the monopoly on the legitimate use of force - Four alternative global futures

The paper presents four alternative global futures for the monopoly on the legitimate use of force that aim to allow policy makers to embrace...


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Carolina G. Hernandez | Publikation

Think Piece 19: Ethnic separatism and religious extremism in Southeast Asia

State actors are to some extend responsible for the rise of ethnic separatism and religious extremism in Southeast Asia, with negative consequences...


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Carolina G. Hernandez | Publikation

Think Piece 18: Mapping Security Provision in Southeast Asia

An analysis of the monopoly on the use of force in ten East Asian countries finds diverse state, non-state and hybrid security actors competing for...


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Fairlie Chappuis

Think Piece 17: The Place of Intelligence in the State's Monopoly on the Legitimate Use of Force

Intelligence agencies can be integral to how the state provides for national and human security, but they may also play a key role in securing...


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Francine Jácome

Think Piece No. 16: Monopoly on the use of force in Latin America and the Caribbean

Latin America is one of the most violent regions of the world due to intra-state conflict and high homicide rates. According to Francine Jácome, the...


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Ann L. Phillips | Frieden und Sicherheit

Think Piece No. 15: A terminal threat to state monopoly on the use of force? The international search for answers to combating terrorism and violent extremism

Terrorism and Violent Extremism do pose real threats, but according to Ann L. Phillips, they have been exaggerated and misdiagnosed. The only durable...


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Ann L. Phillips | Frieden und Sicherheit

Think Piece No. 14: The impact of identity politics on the monopoly on the use of force

According to Ann L. Phillips, identity politics are the driving force behind fragmentation, undermine the nation-state and threaten order and...


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André du Pisani | Frieden und Sicherheit

Think Piece No. 13: The security-development nexus - A view from Southern Africa

André du Pisani analyses two key policy framings of Southern African Development Community and provides a critique of both frameworks.


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Kidist Mulugeta | Frieden und Sicherheit

Think Piece No. 12: The nexus of state monopoly on use of force and security in the Horn of Africa

The Horn of Africa region is characterized by an erosion of the monopoly of force of states unable to provide effective security. However, Mulugeta...


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Satish Nambiar | Frieden und Sicherheit

Think Piece No. 11: The Responsibility to Protect - An Asian Perspective

Writing from an Asian perspective, Satish Nambiar outlines that »Prevention« is the single most important dimension of the Responsibility to Protect....


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    Final report opts for a mosaic security system.

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    Frieden fördern, Globalisierung gerecht gestalten

    Neue Publikation unterstreicht, wie relevant Friedensförderung ist - außen- wie innenpolitisch.

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  • 20.09.2016 | Frieden und Sicherheit

    Report on the New York Conference

    The Spring Conference 2016 in New York focused on the relationship between the concept of the monopoly on the use of force and the international...

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