ISIJ 48: Interorganizational and International Cooperation and Coordination in Providing Security

Twelve peer reviewed contributions in his volume present advances, critical analyses and draw lessons from interorganizational and international cooperation and coordination in the provision of security at national level and internationally. The volume contains four sections, dedicated to information sharing and communication, fighting terrorism and countering violent extremism, peacekeeping and peacebuilding, disaster and crisis management. The editorial article highlights the main challenges of cooperation and the lessons they have learned from their personal experience in cooperative projects and initiatives aiming to enhance the coordination among security actors.

Editors of this thematic volume: Dr. Philipp H. Fluri (Visiting Professor, Department of International Affairs, Wenzao University, Taiwan) and Prof. Iztok Prezelj (Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)

 

Reviewed articles

Van Goethem, Emma, and Marleen Easton. "Public-Private Partnerships for Information Sharing in the Security Sector: What’s in It for Me?" Information & Security: An International Journal 48, no. 1 (2021): 21-35.
Ajala, Olayinka. "Interorganizational Cooperation and the Fight against Terrorism in West Africa and the Sahel." Information & Security: An International Journal 48, no. 1 (2021): 97-114.
Parsons, Timothy, James J. Nolan, and Frank Crispino. "Multinational Cooperation and Intervention: Small Steps to Better Results." Information & Security: An International Journal 48, no. 2 (2021): 160-170.
Ferraro, Giulia. "Prospects for Improvement in Peacebuilding: The Choice for Cooperation and Coordination." Information & Security: An International Journal 48, no. 2 (2021): 171-183.