In this paper, Jeremy Brickhill provides an introductory understanding of mediating and implementing security arrangements in peace processes as well as the tools, concepts and mechanisms available to manage security transitions. More specifically, Brickhill focuses on 1) the recurring problems of security arrangements mediation; 2) the security and military aspects of peace processes, and how to integrate these critical elements into mediation and peace-building strategies; 3) the phases of security transitions from war to peace; 4) how to provide the attention to detail necessary in security arrangements mediation, and more.
English (PDF, 80 pages, 740 KB)
Spanish (PDF, 80 pages, 834 KB)
Russian (PDF, 81 pages, 1.8 MB)
Arabic (PDF, 70 pages, 1.5 MB)
|Series||CSS Mediation Resources|
|Publisher||Center for Security Studies (CSS)|
|Copyright||© 2018 Jeremy Brickhill and Center for Security Studies ETH Zurich / Thumbnail image courtesy of United Nations Photo/Flickr. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0|