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Understanding Mission Environments: Local Contexts and the Legitimation of Reforms

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Effective and sustainable police- and peace-building reforms require that international interveners and implementers have sufficient knowledge of the political, social and cultural complexities of local environments in which they will attempt reforms. Essential aspects of local mission environments on which information needs to be collected and taught to international interveners are outlined, as are some of the policy implications for planning and implementing sustainable reforms.


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1. Policing 02670739 2009; Vol 3: 50
2. third world quarterly 01436597 2007; Vol 28: 1091

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