Little progress has been made in reforming the civil police in the former communist countries of southeastern Europe. Police forces still have too much power, which they all too often use to serve the interests of the ruling party by STEFAN KRAUSE with DAN IONESCU, STAN MARKOTICH, PATRICK MOORE, FABIAN SCHMIDT BEFORE REFORMS STARTED IN […]

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