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

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

Global Reflection Group "Monopoly on the Use of Force 2.0?"

Providing Security in Times of Uncertainty

Final report opts for a mosaic security system.

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In 2014, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung set up the Global Reflection Group “Monopoly on the Use of Force 2.0?” to examine the challenges presented by the current international, regional and domestic security arrangements. The conclusion is a “two-pronged approach”: strengthen the state monopoly on the legitimate use of force or, where appropriate, initiate a process to meld the growing number of fragmented security providers into a regulated and coordinated security architecture that protects citizens in an inclusive and accountable way.

Arbeitseinheit: Reflection Group

Providing security in times of uncertainty

Opting for a mosaic security system
Berlin, 2017

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