Security sector reform develops effective and accountable security institutions based on international norms of transparency, accountability, and the rule of law. Stimson experts provide recommendations to strengthen critical security institutions to help ensure the security of a state and its population.
Amanda Shaver is a Research Assistant with the Partnerships in Security and Development program at the Stimson Center. Prior to joining Stimson, Shaver interned for the Obama Administration in the Office of the Vice President. She also interned for the Department of State in Rome, Italy. Shaver
Amy J. Nelson is a Nonresident Fellow with Stimson's Conventional Defense Program. Her areas of expertise include arms control, emerging weapons technologies, the defense trade, negotiation under uncertainty, and nuclear security.
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