Date of Award
Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Jonathan Adelman, Ph.D.
Democracy, Internal security, Policy, Reform, Security, Tunisia
Tunisia's reputation as the success story from the Arab Spring rests on the integration of a stable democratic regime. Domestic as well as regional threats continue to push the boundaries of this fledgling democracy. Development measures, and reform of the Tunisian Internal Security Forces are paramount for the state's survival. This work presents measures for Security Sector Reform within Tunisia, then proceeds to create a map a developmental intervention aimed at securing stability through several drivers. Understanding that development is a security threat for Tunisia will help allies, other regional actors, NGO's, and other organizations furthers the unique situation where Tunisia currently rests.
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Eli Banghart Banghart V
Received from ProQuest
Banghart V, Thomas Eli, "To Continued Success: Reforming Internal Tunisian Security Policy" (2016). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1111.
International Relations, North African Studies, Political Science