Edited book

Rethinking Security Governance: The Problem of Unintended Consequences


Editors
Daase Christopher, Friesendorf Cornelius


Publisher
Routledge

Publication year
2010


Place of publication
London


Chapters
  • Introduction: Security Governance and the Problem of Unintended Consequences
  • Strengthening Autocracy: the World Bank and Social Reform in Egypt
    Kohstall Florian pp.21-38
  • Security Governance, Complex Peace Support Operations and the Blurring of Civil-Military Tasks
    Penksa Susan E. pp.39-61
  • Unintended Consequences of International Statebuilding
  • Unintended Consequences of International Security Assistance: Doing More Harm than Good?
  • Unintended Criminalizing Consequences of Sanctions: Lessons from the Balkans
    Andreas Peter pp.102-126
  • Unintended Consequences of Measures to Counter the Financing of Terrorism
  • Neither Seen or Hear: the Unintended Consequences of Counter-Trafficking and Counter-Smugglingd
  • Unintended Consequences of Targeted Sanctions
    Eriksson Mikael pp.157-175
  • The Privatization of Force and Its Consequences: Unintended but not Unpredictable
    Friedrichs Jörg pp.176-197
  • Conclusion: Analyzing and Avoiding Unintended Consequences of Security Governance

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