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Multinational Experiment 6 (MNE 6) Doctrine Note: Security Transitions
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE SHRIVENHAM (UNITED KINGDOM) DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS AND DOCTRINE CENTRE
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Security transitions are an important element of stabilisation and peacekeeping operations. Transitions are often a period of high risk and uncertainty in which gains made by international and national civilian and military actors can be reversed. Progress can be impeded by failing to deliver adequate security, empowering illegitimate armed actors or undermining political progress. This Security Transitions Doctrine Note STDN explains that while each security transition is unique, there are common approaches, principles and risks applicable to planning or implementing transition. While there can be no rigid template, a framework of questions and analysis derived from these principles and risks can increase the likelihood that security transitions will contribute successfully to lasting stability. The following nations contributed to the MNE 6 Security Transitions study Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Norway, Poland, Sweden, UK, and USA.
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