Security and Justice

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CRU’s research in the field of security and justice focuses on the impact of elite interests and political power dynamics on security and justice provision, as well as on innovations in (support for) security and justice solutions to address 21st-century conflict and fragility.

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Knowledge Broker Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law
Senior Research Fellow
Learning Officer Knowledge Platform for Security and Rule of Law
Operations Assistant Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law
Senior Research Fellow
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Head of Office KPSRL / Senior Research Fellow
Communications Lead Knowledge Platform for Security & Rule of Law
Knowledge Broker - programming and practice KPSRL
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PublicatiesConflict and Fragility

Turkey’s interventions in its near abroad: The case of Libya

16 September 2021 - 17:18

While Turkey has achieved its short- to medium-term objectives and is likely to retain a substantial permanent military, commercial and political presence in Libya, it also created tensions with the EU and US as well as antagonizing the LNA’s international backers.An improvement in Turkey’s geostrategic position might have come at the cost of its regional strategic relations.

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Conflict and FragilityResearch programme

Horn of Africa

27 June 2017 - 16:55