Security, Democracy and War Crimes: Security Sector Transformation in Serbia (BOK)
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This book examines how the war crime legacy resulting from the Yugoslav war of the 1990s on political and military transformation in Serbia was an impediment to security reform, democratization and the achievement of Western standards in the Belgrade armed forces. Using original empirical research, it traces the processes of restructuring, civilianisation, legal framework and democratic control and security policy communities, in relation to reforming the Serbian military. Crucially, the book focuses on the war crimes legacy from the 1990s, not as a matter of international conditionality, but as a key factor obstructing successful reform. This book, for the first time, examines the networks linked to security, intelligence and military agencies that protected war crimes suspects, such as General Ratko Mladic, delaying democratic control of the armed forces. Only when that network was broken, could the process of democratization begin to be complete. This unique book linking war crimes and security sector reform will appeal to scholars working on Serbia/former Yugoslavia, law and conflict, security and development, civil-military relations and Central and Eastern European politics.
|Utgitt||2013||Forfatter||Ivan Zverzhanovski, James Gow|
|Antall sider||248||Vekt||454 gram|
|Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd||Emner og form||European history, Military history: post WW2 conflicts, Political structures: democracy, Military intelligence|