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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52990
Doc. No:TL22944
Call number:‭MR30881‬
Main Entry:Ronald M. Miller
Title & Author:Insurgency, counterinsurgency and the challenge of security sector reform in IraqRonald M. Miller
College:Royal Roads University (Canada)
Date:2006
Degree:M.A.
student score:2006
Page No:115
Abstract:Success in transforming failed and failing states into stable democratic nations is predicated not only on the legitimacy of the undertaking, but also on the creation of a secure environment to facilitate the reconstruction, democratization and nation building effort. The development of legitimate, capable, and rights-respecting indigenous security forces, through a Security Sector Reform (SSR) process, is an important component of the broader reconstruction and nation building agenda. In Iraq, the ongoing insurgency war has impaired the SSR process and stymied progress in other areas of reconstruction. Based on academic research, personal observations, and interviews, the author examines the effect of insurgency war on the reconstruction of Iraq’s security forces. He concludes that America’s preoccupation with defeating the insurgency has; distorted the SSR process, undermined the credibility and legitimacy of the US Coalition, and fostered a sectarianism within Iraqi Security Force units that now threatens to plunge Iraq into civil war.
Subject:Social sciences; Political science; 0615:Political science
Added Entry:Royal Roads University (Canada)