African security review

Focuses on the spectrum of human security issues, including security sector transformation, civil-military relations, crime, justice and corruption, small arms control, peace support initiatives, conflict management, as well as articles dealing with the interplay between economics, politics, society...

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Uniform title:African security review (Online)
Imprint:[Pretoria, South Africa : Institute for Defence Policy], 1995-
Language:English
Subject:National security -- South Africa -- Periodicals.
Military policy.
Military readiness.
National security.
South Africa -- Defenses -- Periodicals.
Africa, Southern -- Defenses -- Periodicals.
South Africa -- Military policy -- Periodicals.
Africa, Southern -- Military policy -- Periodicals.
Africa, Southern.
South Africa.
Electronic journals.
Periodicals.
Format: E-Resource Journal
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/8436437
Related Items:Continues: African defence review (Online)
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Varying Form of Title:ASR
Other authors / contributors:Institute for Defence Policy (South Africa)
Institute for Security Studies (South Africa)
Instituto Superior de Relações Internacionais (Mozambique)
Frequency:4 times a year, 2001-
6 no. a year, 1995-2000
ISSN:2154-0128 1024-6029
Date / volume:Vol. 4, no. 1 (1995)-
Notes:Published: Brooklyn Square, South Africa : Institute for Security Studies, 1997- .
Title from journal contents page (Institute for Security Studies Web page, viewed Mar. 7, 2006).
Latest issue consulted: Vol.14, no. 4 (2005) (Institute for Security Studies Web page, viewed Mar. 7, 2006).
Some no. combined.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Issued by: Institute for Defence Policy, 1995- ; issued as a joint project of: Institute for Security Studies, and: Instituto Superior de Relaçoes Internaçionais, 1997- .
Summary:Focuses on the spectrum of human security issues, including security sector transformation, civil-military relations, crime, justice and corruption, small arms control, peace support initiatives, conflict management, as well as articles dealing with the interplay between economics, politics, society and culture and human security and stability. It focuses on Africa, within an international, regional or national context. Includes feature articles, country case studies, research essays, short commentaries and book reviews.
Other form:Print version: African security review