Expanding Cooperative Threat Reduction in the Middle East and North Africa: Law-Related Tools for Maximizing Success in 2018 and Beyond
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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Law-related issues have had a pivotal impact on the success of the Department of Defense’s Cooperative Threat Reduction (DOD/CTR) program in the former Soviet Union. But there has been no systematic effort to derive lessons learned and develop recommendations for addressing law-related issues that could play a similarly, pivotal role in the success of DOD/CTR work in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
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