This paper is based upon a systematic peer-led review of literature on hybrid security arrangements in fragile and conflict-affected spaces. The overall objective is to answer the question: What is the evidence that hybrid security arrangements benefit end-users in fragile and conflict-affected spaces?
The paper concludes with recommendations for a future research agenda informed by what we did and did not find in the evidence review. In particular, it turns the state-centred bias of existing research upside down by asking how such a research agenda could best prioritise the experience and viewpoint of end-users.
Luckham, R.; Kirk, T. Security in Hybrid Political Contexts: an end-user approach. Justice and Security Research Programme, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London, UK (2012) 215 pp. [JSRP Paper 2]
Security in Hybrid Political Contexts: an end-user approach