The Case for Giving NATO an American Secretary General Revisited Follow-up to 1995 op.ed. piece in IHT, written circa 2010 Security Sector Training and Education for the Second Reform Decade Paper written in 2004 Governance and Security Sector Reform in the Second Reform Decade Speaking notes for Intervention at the panel on Governance, Conference … [Read more…]
Intergovernmental Organisations and Security Sector Reform editor and contributor, DCAF Yearly Book (Litverlag, Munster, 2007) Security Sector Reconstruction and Reform in Peace Support Operations editor with Michael Brzoska, (Routledge, London, 2007) Security Sector Expert Formation: Achievements and Needs in South East Europe editor with Philipp Fluri (National Defence Academy, Vienna, in cooperation … [Read more…]
The Yugoslav Drama Mihailo Crnobrnja, The Yugoslav Drama, (2nd edition; Montreal & Kingston, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1996), pp. xiv, 30, reviewed in the Canadian Journal of Political Science, no XXX :4 December 1997 The Other Balkan Wars The Other Balkan Wars, 1914 Carnegie Endowment Report of the International Commission to Enquire into the Causes … [Read more…]
Without US forces on the ground in Bosnia, international intervention in the Former Yugoslavia will remain condemned to failure. This is the nagging reality which hung over Allied decision-makers in the initial phase of the conflict and which continues to haunt them now.
What can happen if the situation in Yugoslavia gets even more out of control? How could this affect relations among ethnic and religious groups within and across its borders?