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    Promoting Salafi Political Participation

    As Jean-Nicolas Bitter and Owen Frazer see it, equating Salafism with jihadism ignores the growth of nonviolent Salafi political groups in North Africa, the Sahel and the Middle East. By supporting their political inclusion, the West can promote democracy and undermine violent extremism in this part of the world. More

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    Russian Analytical Digest No 182: Political Economy

    This issue of the RAD takes stock of Russia's political economy. More specifically, it 1) wonders whether Russia’s workers will remain stoic in the face of economic hardship, and 2) investigates the crucial role of regional governments in maintaining social and economic stability within the country, particularly in Tatarstan. More

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    Think Again: In Adversity there is Opportunity for the International Criminal Court

    On 4 April, the International Criminal Court (ICC) terminated the case against Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto and Nairobi radio executive Joshua arap Sang. According to Simon Allison, the decision was the ICC’s most significant setback in its nearly 14 years of existence, but out of failure can come opportunity. More

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    Greater than the Sum of Our Parts: Global Partnerships for Goal 16

    The UN's 2030 Agenda features five P’s or priorities – people, the planet, prosperity, peace and partnership. Given the importance of Goal 16 of the Agenda, which is primarily concerned with establishing a fruitful relationship between the last two P’s, this report explains how to make that happen. More

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    The Future of France

    In today's audio presentation, ECFR’s director Mark Leonard speaks with Sylvie Kauffmann, Editorial Director of Le Monde, and Manual Lafont Rapnouil, Head of ECFR's Paris office, about the future of France, its place in Europe, and how it sees the world. More

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    Our featured blogging partner this week is the "Harvard International Review" (HIR), which is a quarterly academic magazine. More


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Deterrence in the 21st Century

In today’s video, Robert Kagan, Michael Green, Nathan Frier and Lisa Samp discuss the role of deterrence in the current international security environment. More on «Deterrence in the 21st Century »


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5 May 2016 Security Watch

Promoting Salafi Political Participation

As Jean-Nicolas Bitter and Owen Frazer see it, equating Salafism with jihadism ignores the growth of nonviolent Salafi political groups in North Africa, the Sahel and the Middle East. By supporting their political inclusion, the West can promote democracy and undermine violent extremism in this part of the world. More on «Promoting Salafi Political Participation»


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5 May 2016 Security Watch

Russian Analytical Digest No 182: Political Economy

This issue of the RAD takes stock of Russia's political economy. More specifically, it 1) wonders whether Russia’s workers will remain stoic in the face of economic hardship, and 2) investigates the crucial role of regional governments in maintaining social and economic stability within the country, particularly in Tatarstan. More on «Russian Analytical Digest No 182: Political Economy»


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5 May 2016ISN Blog

Think Again: In Adversity there is Opportunity for the International Criminal Court

On 4 April, the International Criminal Court (ICC) terminated the case against Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto and Nairobi radio executive Joshua arap Sang. According to Simon Allison, the decision was the ICC’s most significant setback in its nearly 14 years of existence, but out of failure can come opportunity. More on «Think Again: In Adversity there is Opportunity for the International Criminal Court»


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15 Apr 2016 Publications

Greater than the Sum of Our Parts: Global Partnerships for Goal 16

The UN's 2030 Agenda features five P’s or priorities – people, the planet, prosperity, peace and partnership. Given the importance of Goal 16 of the Agenda, which is primarily concerned with establishing a fruitful relationship between the last two P’s, this report explains how to make that happen. More on «Greater than the Sum of Our Parts: Global Partnerships for Goal 16»


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29 Mar 2016 Audio

The Future of France

In today's audio presentation, ECFR’s director Mark Leonard speaks with Sylvie Kauffmann, Editorial Director of Le Monde, and Manual Lafont Rapnouil, Head of ECFR's Paris office, about the future of France, its place in Europe, and how it sees the world. More on «The Future of France»


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The "Harvard International Review" (HIR) is an academic magazine that appears quarterly. It provides fresh perspectives on underreported and underappreciated topics in international affairs, along with other more widely discussed issues. You can follow the HIR on Facebook and Twitter. More on «Harvard International Review (HIR)»