: Security Sector Reform in Ukraine: 'This is a process, it will take time and perseverance'
Opinion22:18 Mar. 22, 2016
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Security Sector Reform in Ukraine: 'This is a process, it will take time and perseverance'

Change in the armed forces: 'It's entirely doable, it requires awareness and willpower'

At a conference supported by The Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) and the Razumkov Centre, UT say down with Senior Fellow at the DCAF Simon Lunn for a discussion on the recent progress made in Ukraine's security sector and on the challenges that lie ahead.

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