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Current challenges to peace and security in Central America and Caribbean, such as transnational organised crime, border disputes, and migration flows, are trans-boundary in nature and call for regional solutions. Existing security structures in both regions need to be reformed in order to meet these challenges. A reform process must aim to strengthen regional structures, create more effective legal mechanisms, and devleop new tools and instruments that formalise current, ad hoc approaches to conflict prevention.

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