Human Security and Security Sector Reform in Georgia: A Critical Reflection

Georgian governments have successfully incorporated the aspects of human security in their strategies of conflict resolution, however, their practical implementation remains limited in scope. Democratic oversight of military, security and police forces has also increased recently. Overall, however, the “humanization” of Georgia’s Security Sector remains a work in progress and social, economic, political and even physical security of country’s citizens remains under threat.

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Bidzina Lebanidze

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