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    South American Troops Take On The Violent Work of Peacekeeping

    South American states have become increasingly involved in distant and regional peacekeeping operations. So, what have they learned? According to Kevin Knodell, it’s ‘the usual suspects’ – vague mandates, internecine controversies, and missions that fall outside traditional peacekeeping activities. More

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    Exit Strategies: What's in a Name?

    How should the EU go about developing workable exit strategies for its Common Security Defence Policy (CSDP) missions? Today, Eva Gross’s three-part answer centers on achievable objectives, doable mandates, and flexible plans. More

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    Fear and Loathing in Jos, Nigeria

    The media’s interest in the May 20 bombing of Jos’ Terminus Market has been overtaken by other events. Yet, as Susan Shepler’s dispatch from this Nigerian state capital reveals, many of its citizens are still reeling from the impact of the attacks. More

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    The Myth of the Jordanian Monarchy’s Resilience to the Arab Spring

    As Tamer Khorma sees it, Jordan’s future stability depends on 1) Amman embracing significant constitutional and socio-economic reforms, and 2) European countries reconfiguring their aid policies, especially in order to help blunt Jordan’s poverty and unemployment. More

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    Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV)

    Our featured partner this week is the Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV), which is located in Istanbul, Turkey. More


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29 Jul 2014 Security Watch

South American Troops Take On The Violent Work of Peacekeeping

South American states have become increasingly involved in distant and regional peacekeeping operations. So, what have they learned? According to Kevin Knodell, it’s ‘the usual suspects’ – vague mandates, internecine controversies, and missions that fall outside traditional peacekeeping activities. More on «South American Troops Take On The Violent Work of Peacekeeping»


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29 Jul 2014 Security Watch

Exit Strategies: What's in a Name?

How should the EU go about developing workable exit strategies for its Common Security Defence Policy (CSDP) missions? Today, Eva Gross’s three-part answer centers on achievable objectives, doable mandates, and flexible plans. More on «Exit Strategies: What's in a Name?»


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29 Jul 2014ISN Blog

Fear and Loathing in Jos, Nigeria

The media’s interest in the May 20 bombing of Jos’ Terminus Market has been overtaken by other events. Yet, as Susan Shepler’s dispatch from this Nigerian state capital reveals, many of its citizens are still reeling from the impact of the attacks. More on «Fear and Loathing in Jos, Nigeria»


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Jul 2014 Publications

The Myth of the Jordanian Monarchy’s Resilience to the Arab Spring

As Tamer Khorma sees it, Jordan’s future stability depends on 1) Amman embracing significant constitutional and socio-economic reforms, and 2) European countries reconfiguring their aid policies, especially in order to help blunt Jordan’s poverty and unemployment. More on «The Myth of the Jordanian Monarchy’s Resilience to the Arab Spring»


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Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV)

The Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV) is an independent think tank that analyzes the concrete social, political and economic policy issues facing Turkey. More on «Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV)»