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Security sector transformation in southeastern Europe and the Middle East [electronic resource] / edited by Thanos Dokos.

By: NATO Advanced Research Workshops on Security Sector Transformation in SEE (2004 : Tirana, Albania).
Contributor(s): �Dokos, Thanos P, 1965- | NATO Advanced Research Workshops on Security Sector Transformation in the Mediterranean (2005 : Halki, Greece).
Material type: TextTextSeries: NATO science for peace and security seriesEHuman and societal dynamics: v. 24.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Washington, DC : IOS Press, c2007Description: 1 online resource (x, 193 p.) : charts, col. text.ISBN: 9781586037574; 1586037579; 9781435625150 (electronic bk.); 1435625153 (electronic bk.); 9781607502548; 1607502542.Subject(s): Security, International -- Balkan Peninsula -- Congresses | Internal security -- Balkan Peninsula -- Congresses | National security -- Balkan Peninsula -- Congresses | Security, International -- Middle East -- Congresses | Internal security -- Middle East -- Congresses | National security -- Middle East -- Congresses | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Military Science | HISTORY -- Military -- Other | Innere Sicherheit | Sicherheitspolitik | S�udosteuropa | Naher OstenGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Security sector transformation in southeastern Europe and the Middle East.DDC classification: 355.033 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Title page; Introduction; Contents; The Challenge of Transformation in the Security Landscape of Today; Developing a National Security Concept: Assessing New Threats to Security; The Parliamentary Dimension of Security Sector Reform; Intelligence Services in the Post 9/11 Era: The Dilemma Between Efficiency and Democratic Control; The Evolution of Civil-Military Relations and Progress in Greek Security Sector Reform; The Romanian Experience with Democratic Control of the Security Sector; Security Sector Reform in Albania: An Overview.
Summary: For most countries, security today is primarily measured in non-military terms and threats to security are non-military in nature. These threats include incompetent government, corruption, organized crime, insecure borders, smuggling, illegal migration, ethnic and religious conflict, and, of course, terrorism.
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Title from PDF t.p. (viewed Jan. 20, 2009).

Also available in print version.

"Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshops on (a) Security Sector Transformation in SEE, Tirana, Albania, Feb. 27-29, 2004 [and] (b) Security Sector Transformation in the Mediterranean, Halki, Greece, Sept. 8-12, 2005."

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Title page; Introduction; Contents; The Challenge of Transformation in the Security Landscape of Today; Developing a National Security Concept: Assessing New Threats to Security; The Parliamentary Dimension of Security Sector Reform; Intelligence Services in the Post 9/11 Era: The Dilemma Between Efficiency and Democratic Control; The Evolution of Civil-Military Relations and Progress in Greek Security Sector Reform; The Romanian Experience with Democratic Control of the Security Sector; Security Sector Reform in Albania: An Overview.

For most countries, security today is primarily measured in non-military terms and threats to security are non-military in nature. These threats include incompetent government, corruption, organized crime, insecure borders, smuggling, illegal migration, ethnic and religious conflict, and, of course, terrorism.

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