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    Harsh Realities in Ukraine

    What do recent diplomatic developments tell us about the status of both Europe and Ukraine? According to Dmitri Trenin, Washington and Moscow seem content to keep the Ukrainian conflict frozen, Europe needs to develop its own strategy to deal with Russia, and the Baltic States and Poland should feel safe – Moscow isn’t after them. More

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    Emerging from the Black Hole — The UN’s Fight against Youth Radicalization

    According to the United Nations News Centre, the UN needs to revisit its work on women, peace and security if it hopes to dampen youth-driven extremism. In other words, it needs to treat the young as peacebuilders in an inclusive system that brings progressive youth policies to the fore. More

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    South America’s Moves to Liberalise Irregular Migration are in Stark Contrast to the Policies of Europe

    Why have so many South American states adopted a more accommodating stance toward irregular migration? Luisa Feline Freier and Diego Acosta Arcarazo point to the continent’s recent history of intra-regional integration and other factors. More

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    Examining Options and Models for Harmonization of End Use/r Control Systems

    Control systems to prevent the diversion of arms do exist, but they haven’t been optimally harmonized at the transnational level. Today’s publication summarizes the results of a recent UNIDIR-sponsored meeting that focused on the ways this harmonization might be brought about. More

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    Assessing Dilma Rousseff's Brazil

    How have Brazil’s foreign and economic policies evolved under President Dilma Rouseff? What economic problems does the country now face and how might they be surmounted over time? The answer to these questions and others can be found in today’s audio presentation with Kellie Meiman Hock and Riordan Roett. More

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    Foreign Policy Centre (FPC)

    Our featured partner this week is the Foreign Policy Centre (FPC), which is located in London, England. More


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Russia and Its Northern Neighbors

In this video, a mix of practitioners and experts focus on 1) the future security policies of the three Baltic States and Finland, and 2) their attitudes towards Russia in the wake of the latter's annexation of Crimea. More on «Russia and Its Northern Neighbors»

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30 Jun 2015 Security Watch

Harsh Realities in Ukraine

What do recent diplomatic developments tell us about the status of both Europe and Ukraine? According to Dmitri Trenin, Washington and Moscow seem content to keep the Ukrainian conflict frozen, Europe needs to develop its own strategy to deal with Russia, and the Baltic States and Poland should feel safe – Moscow isn’t after them. More on «Harsh Realities in Ukraine»


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30 Jun 2015 Security Watch

Emerging from the Black Hole — The UN’s Fight against Youth Radicalization

According to the United Nations News Centre, the UN needs to revisit its work on women, peace and security if it hopes to dampen youth-driven extremism. In other words, it needs to treat the young as peacebuilders in an inclusive system that brings progressive youth policies to the fore. More on «Emerging from the Black Hole — The UN’s Fight against Youth Radicalization»


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30 Jun 2015ISN Blog

South America’s Moves to Liberalise Irregular Migration are in Stark Contrast to the Policies of Europe

Why have so many South American states adopted a more accommodating stance toward irregular migration? Luisa Feline Freier and Diego Acosta Arcarazo point to the continent’s recent history of intra-regional integration and other factors. More on «South America’s Moves to Liberalise Irregular Migration are in Stark Contrast to the Policies of Europe»


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2015 Publications

Examining Options and Models for Harmonization of End Use/r Control Systems

Control systems to prevent the diversion of arms do exist, but they haven’t been optimally harmonized at the transnational level. Today’s publication summarizes the results of a recent UNIDIR-sponsored meeting that focused on the ways this harmonization might be brought about. More on «Examining Options and Models for Harmonization of End Use/r Control Systems»


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27 May 2015 Audio

Assessing Dilma Rousseff's Brazil

How have Brazil’s foreign and economic policies evolved under President Dilma Rouseff? What economic problems does the country now face and how might they be surmounted over time? The answer to these questions and others can be found in today’s audio presentation with Kellie Meiman Hock and Riordan Roett. More on «Assessing Dilma Rousseff's Brazil»


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