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Institute for Security Studies
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 8th October 2010 The approach used in combating cattle rustling and the related illicit proliferation of small arms and light weapons in the borderlands of the Horn... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 5th October 2010 The recent incident of mass rape in the Walikali area of North Kivu followed by the release of a United Nations report on massacres in the... →
An Improved Independent Police Investigations Directorate (IPID) to Address Systemic Police Corruption
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 4th October 2010 Recently, South Africa's National Assembly adopted a revised draft of the Independent Police Investigations Directorate (IPID) Bill. This draft of... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 1st October 2010 Environmental crime is a serious international problem that can impact negatively on the economies, security and even the very existence of... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 29th September 2010 United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's announcement on 14 September of the appointment of Michelle Bachelet, former president of Chile, as... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 28th September 2010 In the fight against the protracted woes of cattle rustling and insecurity, profit-making conservancies appear to be a godsend. They can provide a... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 22nd September 2010 There was a strange contradiction during the release of South Africa's national crime statistics on the 9th of September this year. The National... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 21st September 2010 raditional approaches to addressing crime and violence have seen the level of crime remain an area of concern in many countries. Inadequate justice... →