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

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

Meetings of the Group

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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13.04.2016 | Frieden und Sicherheit

Report on the Mexico Conference

The Fall Conference 2015 in Mexico took an in-depth look at the domestic side of the state monopoly on the use of force.


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29.01.2016 | Frieden und Sicherheit

Report on the Berlin Conference

The Berlin Conference examined at the notions of "the monopoly on the use of force" and of "the state".


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28.01.2016 | Frieden und Sicherheit

Report on the Singapore Kick-Off Conference

In a conference on December 3–4, 2014, the Reflection Group was officially established, and it's priorities, outputs, and roadmap were defined.


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Latest Issues

  • Mely Caballero-Anthony | Frieden und Sicherheit | Publikation

    Think Piece 22: Security in Times of Uncertainty in Asia

    Asias security outlook still appears to be laden with uncertainties. From the changing dynamics in the balance of power, an emboldened North Korea and...

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  • Ann L. Phillips | Frieden und Sicherheit | Publikation

    Think Piece 21: Providing Security in Times of Uncertainty

    The final report, distills the findings of a two-year effort by more than 20 international experts to find answers on how to overcome rising...

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  • 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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