Ending internal Conflict: comparative approaches to stabilisation and counter-insurgency [WP1041]
This conference asked the following:
What have the experiences of developing countries been in confronting the challenges of violent internal conflict in the absence of an international security presence?
How can developing country security forces, civilian agencies and political leaders work together most effectively to provide security, justice, social services and economic development in regions affected by internal conflict?
How can international actors most usefully assist states facing domestic threats in manners that contribute to long-term peace-building?
Safa Hussein, Acting Iraqi National Security Adviser visited the BBC studios, after speaking at our conference, to appear on HARDtalk.