Regional and Global Axes of Conflict.


The ways in which states are connected to each other through regional and broader international systems has had a profound impact on patterns of state resilience and state fragility in the developing world. The Crisis States Research Centre is studying how regional and global institutions and axes of conflict affect processes of state collapse and reconstruction. We present some initial findings on the role that regional organisations play in peace and security, recent research on international involvement in security sector reform, and an innovative study on the long-term impact of military interventions.


4 pp.

Regional and Global Axes of Conflict.

Published 1 January 2010