When the 'War Attitude' persists: How Pro-Government Militias affect Society in the Long Run
More than 20 years have passed since the end of the civil wars in Sierra Leone and Liberia, violent conflicts that once involved numerous pro- and anti-government militias. However, networks of former combatants still exist in both countries. The Paper, written by Fiona Wilshusen (BICC), examines the long-term political and social impact of pro-government militias (PGMs).
Bonn International Centre for Conflict Studies