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    The Morality of Intervention by Waging Irregular Warfare

    Does the US military need to understand the moral justifications for waging irregular and unconventional warfare better than it does? Absolutely, says Daniel Hodne. Waging both irregular warfare and an insurgency within another country raises a unique set of moral dilemmas for combatants. More

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    Mare Europaeum? Tackling Mediterranean Migration

    What’s missing in the EU’s latest attempt to stymie migration across the Mediterranean region? Hugo Brady thinks Brussels needs to adopt a more robust diplomatic approach towards the frontline states that are vainly attempting to manage transit flows better. More

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    Robust Peacekeeping - A Desirable Development?

    Are robust UN peacekeeping missions with explicit protection mandates a desirable and welcome development? Lisa Hultman believes so. To contain both the causes and effects of civilian victimization, some peacekeeping missions have no option now but to be ‘proactive’. More

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    A Role for Civil Society?

    When it comes to information and communications technologies, civil society continues to play a key role in creating both the norms and confidence building measures that guide their use. Today, Camino Kavanagh and Daniel Stauffacher explain why these contributions are so important and how they might be enhanced. More

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    Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI)

    Our featured partner this week is the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI), which is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. More


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Stabilizing the Balkans

In this video, senior political figures from Slovakia, Croatia and Montenegro discuss the stability of the Balkans and its continued relevance for both NATO and the countries within the region. More on «Stabilizing the Balkans»

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15 Sep 2014 Security Watch

The Morality of Intervention by Waging Irregular Warfare

Does the US military need to understand the moral justifications for waging irregular and unconventional warfare better than it does? Absolutely, says Daniel Hodne. Waging both irregular warfare and an insurgency within another country raises a unique set of moral dilemmas for combatants. More on «The Morality of Intervention by Waging Irregular Warfare»


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15 Sep 2014 Security Watch

Mare Europaeum? Tackling Mediterranean Migration

What’s missing in the EU’s latest attempt to stymie migration across the Mediterranean region? Hugo Brady thinks Brussels needs to adopt a more robust diplomatic approach towards the frontline states that are vainly attempting to manage transit flows better. More on «Mare Europaeum? Tackling Mediterranean Migration»


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15 Sep 2014ISN Blog

Robust Peacekeeping - A Desirable Development?

Are robust UN peacekeeping missions with explicit protection mandates a desirable and welcome development? Lisa Hultman believes so. To contain both the causes and effects of civilian victimization, some peacekeeping missions have no option now but to be ‘proactive’. More on «Robust Peacekeeping - A Desirable Development?»


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2014 Publications

A Role for Civil Society?

When it comes to information and communications technologies, civil society continues to play a key role in creating both the norms and confidence building measures that guide their use. Today, Camino Kavanagh and Daniel Stauffacher explain why these contributions are so important and how they might be enhanced. More on «A Role for Civil Society?»


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Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI)

The Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) works to bring scholarly insights to bear on policies that advance US national interests. More on «Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI)»