Security Sector Reform Monitor: Southern Sudan No 1
With the destruction of much of Southern Sudan’s formal and informal security architecture during the prolonged civil war, a military culture came to pervade society; the use of force become a norm for claiming rights and settling disputes. As a result, restoring security and advancing reform in Southern Sudan requires a change in security culture. A number of important hurdles must be overcome to implement Security Sector Reform in Southern Sudan. Paramount among them is the general security environment, which threatens the survival of the CPA.
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