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    The Indian Jihadist Movement: Evolution and Dynamics

    Do Indian mujahideen represent a destabilizing threat to Western and local interests in South Asia? Maybe, says Stephen Tankel, but let’s not downplay New Delhi’s ability to keep the dangers posed by indigenous jihadists in check. More

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    Rethinking Global Drug Policy

    What would happen if governments pushed criminal syndicates aside and took over the now illicit drug trade? According to a recent Global Commission on Drug Policy report, production would become heavily regulated and drug use would become a public health problem rather than a crime. More

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    Book Review: "The People’s Republic of Amnesia"

    Have most Chinese citizens bought into their government’s ‘amnesia’ about the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests? Andrea Janku believes that's generally true, but she also thinks that Louisa Lim’s new book is right – there are dissidents in and out of China who are keeping the memory of the protests alive. More

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    Who Runs the International System?

    Why have certain states been able to dominate the most senior positions in the United Nations Secretariat over the last 60 years? Paul Novosad and Eric Werker’s research suggests that democratic credentials, investments in diplomacy and economic/military power have all influenced the selection process. More

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    South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA)

    This week's featured partner is the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), which is located in Johannesburg, South Africa. More


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Destroying Syria’s Chemical Weapons: One Year Later

In this video, three senior-level practitioners analyze 1) the destruction of Syria's declared chemical arsenal, including the role diplomacy played in facilitating the process; 2) the part the US has played in destroying the arsenal; and 3) the broader lessons that have been learned about the disposing of chemical weapons. More on «Destroying Syria’s Chemical Weapons: One Year Later»

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22 Sep 2014 Security Watch

The Indian Jihadist Movement: Evolution and Dynamics

Do Indian mujahideen represent a destabilizing threat to Western and local interests in South Asia? Maybe, says Stephen Tankel, but let’s not downplay New Delhi’s ability to keep the dangers posed by indigenous jihadists in check. More on «The Indian Jihadist Movement: Evolution and Dynamics»


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22 Sep 2014 Security Watch

Rethinking Global Drug Policy

What would happen if governments pushed criminal syndicates aside and took over the now illicit drug trade? According to a recent Global Commission on Drug Policy report, production would become heavily regulated and drug use would become a public health problem rather than a crime. More on «Rethinking Global Drug Policy»


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22 Sep 2014ISN Blog

Book Review: "The People’s Republic of Amnesia"

Have most Chinese citizens bought into their government’s ‘amnesia’ about the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests? Andrea Janku believes that's generally true, but she also thinks that Louisa Lim’s new book is right – there are dissidents in and out of China who are keeping the memory of the protests alive. More on «Book Review: "The People’s Republic of Amnesia"»


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Sep 2014 Publications

Who Runs the International System?

Why have certain states been able to dominate the most senior positions in the United Nations Secretariat over the last 60 years? Paul Novosad and Eric Werker’s research suggests that democratic credentials, investments in diplomacy and economic/military power have all influenced the selection process. More on «Who Runs the International System?»


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South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA)

The South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) is an independent think tank that works to spread greater awareness of the importance of international affairs. More on «South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA)»