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Peacekeeping’s Poor Cousin: Canada and the Challenge of Post-Conflict Policing
This paper examines Canadian experiences, policies, and practices with regard to police reform – a key element of the security sector reform agenda – in post-conflict or failed states. While an entire mythology has developed ...
America's Army Game and the Production of War
This paper will take an approach where, rather than looking to individuals and behaviour, it will focus on the production of a discourse of war through a particular videogame, America’s Army: Operations (AA:O),3 to contemplate ...
Report of a Symposium on Canadian Defence Policy: Some Critical Considerations
YCISS hosted a conference at the Canadian Forces College on 11 April 2003, which brought together a select group of academics from across Canada, drawn primarily from Security and Defence Forum (SDF) centres, to discuss ...
Warlords and States: The Neglected Total Spoiler Nexus in Afghanistan
As a consequence of this continuous state of war, Afghanistan now faces overwhelming reconstructive challenges. The country’s infrastructure has been nearly completely destroyed, some two million people have been killed, ...