Security sector reform at the international level: Serbia and Montenegro
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United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) engagement with security sector reform in Serbia-Montenegro began in 2001. Between 2000 and 2002, international assistance to security sector reform in the then Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRJ) was much less extensive than in Croatia. The extent and nature of external security assistance to Serbia-Montenegro increased more generally from 2002. Pre-conditionality criteria have also played an important role in influencing the security sector reform process in Serbia-Montenegro. The fragmented societal attitudes towards European and Euro-atlantic integration have been reflected at a political level in Serbia-Montenegro. Direct conditionality has played a key role in relation to Serbia-Montenegro's evolving relationship with the Hague Tribunal, with important implications for security sector reform. Direct conditionality has had a number of apparent successes in forcing Belgrade to comply with International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) demands since 2000.

Security sector reform in transforming societies

Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro

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