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Turkey’s Civilian Capacity in Post-Conflict Reconstruction 29 novembre 2012

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Istanbul Policy Center (Sabancı University) 2012, 35 p.

By Teri Murphy & Onur Sazak

Since the early 2000s, the Turkish assistance to post-conflict countries seems to have shifted dramatically from military missions to civilian capacity assistance. This study offers useful information and key observations on the nature and boundaries of Turkish civilian capacity.

The authors of the study gathered invaluable data on the type of assistance Turkey has provided so far in the five fundamental clusters of post-conflict reconstruction (basic services, government functionality, basic safety and security, inclusive political processes, economic revitalization).

The interviews conducted at the Turkish foreign ministry and various aid coordination offices revealed extremely useful data on the Civilian Capacity processes covering a wide range of vital decisions – from the selection of potential recipients to the amount of aid, the type of assistance to the design and deployment of civilian capacity.

The study is part of NUPI’s Network Civilian Capacity project.

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