Non-State Security Providers and Political Formation in Somalia

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The Centre for Security Governance (CSG) published a new CSG Paper showing that non-state security providers will remain a central feature of the Somali political landscape into the foreseeable future, and the Somali state will be forced to negotiate messy and fluid partnerships with these actors. 

This is the third of four papers produced as part of the CSG’s project on Non-State Security Providers and Political Formation in Conflict-Affected States.

For full access to the paper on Non-State Security Providers and Political Formation in Somalia, kindly follow the link.

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