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The Adelphi series is The International Institute for Strategic Studies' flagship contribution to policy-relevant, original academic research.

Six books are published each year. They provide rigorous analysis of contemporary strategic and defence topics that is useful to politicians and diplomats, as well as academic researchers, foreign-affairs analysts, defence commentators and journalists.

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Security Sector Reform Issues, Challenges and Prospects

Security Sector Reform: Issues, Challenges and Prospects

1st Edition

By Jane Chanaa
July 30, 2002

Over the last decade, the failure of countries to emerge from conflict and the rise of 'failed states' has focused attention on state security sectors. External actors involved in 'protectorates' such as Kosovo and East Timor and peace agreements such as Cambodia, El Salvador or Bosnia have come ...

Civil-Military Relations and Peacekeeping

Civil-Military Relations and Peacekeeping

1st Edition

By Michael Williams
October 31, 1998

Peacekeeping in the late 1990s is a complex and diverse task, in which civilian and military personnel are working together to a greater degree than ever before. However, when an international body such as the UN takes strategic decisions, it does so with inadequate input from the military; in the ...

The Economic Functions of Violence in Civil Wars

The Economic Functions of Violence in Civil Wars

1st Edition

By David Keen
September 30, 1998

The persistence and brutality of contemporary civil wars have left many analysts puzzled. Traditional interpretations describe civil wars as simple confrontations between two sides, as explosions of mindless violence, or as disrupting apparently benevolent development processes within countries. ...

The Environment and Security in Pacific Asia

The Environment and Security in Pacific Asia

1st Edition

By Alan DuPont
May 30, 1998

Examines an important new debate over the impact of environmental issues on security in Pacific Asia, and asks whether pollution, population growth and scarcity of `renewable' resources - fish and forests, for example - can cause conflict. Environmentalists believe that these issues can drive ...

The ASEAN Regional Forum

The ASEAN Regional Forum

1st Edition

By Michael Leifer
July 31, 1996

Leifer's assessment posts a warning sign for those who see no reason to worry about the stability of East Asia. He warns that "the ARF is embryonic, one-dimensional approach" to the major changes taking place in the security environment of the vital East Asian region....

Russian Foreign Policy Beyond Putin

Russian Foreign Policy Beyond Putin

1st Edition

By Eugene B. Rumer
July 22, 1980

Russia’s resurgence as an assertive actor in the global diplomatic arena after a long period of introspection and preoccupation with domestic troubles, and the economic revival that underpins it, are among the most striking developments in international relations of recent years. But what ...

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