Part I. Introduction
1. From State to Non-State Actors: The Emergence of Security Governance
Part II. Civil War
2. The New Conflict Managers: Peacebuilding NGOs and State Agendas
Loramy Conradi Gerstbauer
3. Humanitarians and Mercenaries: Partners in Security Governance?
Part III. Terrorism and Transnational Crime
4. Drug Traffickers, Terrorist Networks, and III-Fated Government Strategies
5. Targeting Money Laundering: Global Approach or Diffusion of Authority?
Part IV. HIV/AIDS
6. HIV/AIDS: The International Security Dimensions
7. NGOs as Security Actors in the Fight against HIV/AIDS?
Part V. Small Arms and Light Weapons
8. The Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons
9. NGOs and the Shaping of the European Controls on Small Arms Exports
Part VI. Conclusion
10. New Threats and New Actors in Security Governance: Developments, Problems, and Solutions