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

Kidist Mulugeta | Peace and Security

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 | Peace and Security

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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Marc von Boemcken | Peace and Security

Think Piece No. 10: The Political Economy of Security Practice

From a political economy perspective, security practices can be distinguished in terms of either the compulsory or commercial provision of security...


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Marc von Boemcken and Conrad Schetter | Peace and Security

Think Piece 09: Security - What is it? What does it do?

Marc von Boemcken and Conrad Schetter stress that thinking about monopolies of force needs to start with clarifying what “security” actually means....


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Ursula Schröder | Peace and Security | Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik

Think Piece No. 8: Transforming the European State Monopoly on the Use of Force: Horizontal and Vertical Dynamics

Ursuala Schröder addresses the on-going and profound transformation of European state monopolies on the use of force. She identifies a ‘vertical’...


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Eboe Hutchful | Peace and Security

Think Piece No. 7: Disposable or Indispensable? The monopoly on the use of force in the 21st century

With increasingly powerful non-state armed groups continuously challenging states, the international system as a whole seems to be under threat....


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Volker Böge | Peace and Security

Think Piece No. 6: Case Study: Security Provision in Bougainville

After a protracted violent conflict, a home-grown state based on a hybrid political order is emerging on the Pacific island of Bougainville in Papua...


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Volker Böge | Peace and Security

Think Piece No. 5: Hybridization of Security

Volker Böge assesses security in the hybrid political orders of many post-colonial countries. They are characterized by diverse and competing...


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Francine Jácome | Peace and Security

Think Piece No. 4: Security Perspectives in Latin America

Francine Jácome provides an overview of the multifaceted security landscape in Latin America. While acknowledging regional differences and the...


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Herbert Wulf | Peace and Security

Think Piece No. 3: Tendencies to Rearrange, Dismantle, and Destroy the Monopoly on the Use of Force – Causes, Consequences, and Types

Herbert Wulf identifies the privatization of security services as one of the main threats for the monopoly on the use of force. He traces the reasons...


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  • Mely Caballero-Anthony | Peace and Security | 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 | Peace and Security | 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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