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MSC 2015: Corruption Threats to Stabilisation Missions and Defence Capacity Building

The effectiveness of international interventions and defence capacity building programmes is at considerable risk from corruption threats in countries being supported. Corruption can not only reduce the chances of success of the mission, but can also lead to complete subversion of its intent. This paper discusses ways in which the international community can better recognise […]

Counter corruption reform in post-conflict countries

This report provides a review of the available literature on the challenges faced by three post-conflict countries in their attempts to combat corruption: Rwanda, Liberia and Serbia. It concludes that a combination of thorough legislation, institution-building, training and education programmes, rationalisation measures and decentralisation policies have aided countries in reducing corruption. However, the particular measures […]