Terrance Dean

Reading works on Baldwin from 2017 to 2019, the author tracks the significance of Baldwin within the Black Lives Matter movement and our growing need for police reform in conjunction with a revaluation of the lives of racial and ethnic minorities within the oppressive systemic biases of American social and political life.

James Baldwin Review
Mørten Bøås, Bård Drange, Dlawer Ala'Aldeen, Abdoul Wahab Cissé, and Qayoom Suroush

Afghanistan, where at least at times the EU has taken a slightly different approach than the United States (e.g., in police reform that we highlight in this chapter), while in the case of Iraq, the EU has never had a really visible presence due to the role of the United States. An important finding explored in this chapter is that many of the challenges that the EU is facing relate to the inner functioning

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Pernille Rieker and Kristian L. Gjerde

justice sector and Germany as the lead on police reform. On 23 April 2007, the EU Council decided to establish EUPOL in Afghanistan, intended as a non-executive mission, focused on monitoring, mentoring, advising and training ( Suroush, 2018 ). In terms of staff and budget, EUPOL was a minor player in Afghan police reform – at least compared to NATO and the United States – but it provided a

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A reminder from the present
Pete Shirlow

The impasse over decommissioning and policing, and hostility to the BA, illustrate how wider issues of social exclusion and subordination are often easily marginalised by political machination. In this sense, decommissioning and police reform have become obstacles to concrete social and economic change in the different and diverse communities of Northern Ireland. The recent growth in community violence and the reengagement of the Ulster Freedom Fighters in random sectarian violence indicate how supposed political settlement is paralleled by actual sectarian discord

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Ingo Peters, Enver Ferhatovic, Rebea Heinemann, and Sofia Sturm

Afghanistan?’ The Europe Center (TEC), https://tec.fsi.stanford.edu/news/a_cloud_over_eus_legacy_in_afghanistan_20130219 (accessed 26 September 2018). Belo , N. De Sousa and M.R. Koenig ( 2011 ) Institutionalizing community policing in Timor-Leste: Exploring the politics of police reform, Occasional Paper 9 ( San Francisco : Asia Foundation ). Beswick , D

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Managing the criminal facets of war economies
Jenny H. Peterson

, 2005: 568) – with the law replacing traditional, political diplomacy and agreements as a tool of resolution. Tim Kelsall (2004) finds evidence of this depoliticisation through his study of court transcripts of criminal proceedings in postconflict Sierra Leone where the courts appeared to explicitly forbid any inclusion of political context in the hearing of war crimes cases. Of course, RoL reform is an area where we would expect there to be depoliticisation, and perhaps for good reason. As Donais (2005) argues, a key tenet of police reform is in fact to ensure that

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Learning from the UN, NATO and OSCE
Loes Debuysere and Steven Blockmans

the impossible’, Foreign Policy (4 March). Suroush , Q. ( 2018 ) ‘Assessing EUPOL impact on Afghan police reform (2007–2016)’, EUNPACK Working Paper D.7.3, EUNPACK project. Tardy , T. ( 2017 ) ‘The EU: From comprehensive vision to integrated action’ ( Brussels : EU Institute for Security Studies , February). Tripathi , S. and E

in The EU and crisis response
George Campbell Gosling

provision. Municipal interventionism, in both economic and social fields, was evident in Bristol from the early to mid-nineteenth century. Following the 1831 riots there were calls for policing reform, and following legislation the city established a public constabulary in 1836. 73 When an outbreak of cholera claimed 445 lives in 1849, the response was to establish the corporation's sanitary committee in 1851. 74 This signalled the adoption of

in Payment and philanthropy in British healthcare, 1918–48
Current policy options and issues
Jenny H. Peterson

external code such as the EITI or OECD guidelines; shareholder pressure/activism as seen with Talisman Oil; standards by public entities such as the EDC allow home government to set standards for companies operating abroad Security sector Afghan National Police reform (domestic/ training to combat drug trade within conflictaffected state) Citizens do not trust institutions because of past and ongoing abuses; corruption/ institutions easily infiltrated; ineffective judiciary Demobilisation, Livelihood programming Reintegration phase underfunded; disarmament and

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