African Security Review


African Security Review

Publisher: Institute for Security Studies

The African Security Review is the ISS quarterly journal. It provides a
regular high-quality forum for the dissemination of research findings and
information through the publication of research reports, policy papers and
articles on security and related issues in sub-Saharan Africa.

The African Security Review is a multidisciplinary review journal that
publishes articles on the spectrum of human security issues, including
security sector transformation, civil-military relations, crime, justice
and corruption, small arms control, peace support initiatives, conflict
management, as well as articles dealing with the interplay between
economics, politics, society and culture and human security and stability.

It focuses on Africa, within an international, regional or national context.
Different kinds of articles appear in the Review, including feature
articles, country case studies, research essays, short commentaries and book
reviews. Contributions to the Review are welcome.

The Review was previously published as the African Defence Review (1994) and
the Southern African Defence Review (1992-1993).

African Security Review
Institute for Security Studies
PO Box 1787
Brooklyn Square 0075
South Africa


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Current Issue: Vol 14 No 3, 2005

Date: 9 November 2005

Original posting date: 
Wednesday, November 9, 2005
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