Forced Migration Review No 45
Author: Alexander Betts, Susan Martin, Sanjula Weerasinghe, Abbie Taylor, Jane McAdam, Roberta Cohen, Patricia Weiss Fagen, Robin Bronen, Rezwan Siddiqui, Sahana Bose, Anthony Oliver-Smith, Alex de Sherbinin, Janis Ridsdel, Sebastián Albuja, Leticia Calderón Chelius, Fernando Batista Jiménez, Lindsey Brickle, Alice Thomas, Michael Edelstein, David Heymann, Khalid Koser, Anna Lindley, Maximilian Pottler, Mohamed Saïb Musette, Oscar A Gómez, Judith Kumin, Richard Black, Michael Collyer, April T Humble, Elżbieta M Goździak, Alissa Walter, Markus Bell, Geoffrey Fattig, Paul Kadetz, Silva Meybatyan, Liliana Lyra Jubilut, Erika Pires Ramos, Roger Zetter, James Morrissey, Stefanie Haumer, Irene Duffard Evangelista, Patrice Quesada, Maria Beatriz Nogueira, Nathan Willis, Carine Allaf, et al
Forced Migration Review
This issue of Forced Migration Review includes a number of articles which focus on the various types of crisis, both natural and man-made, which can cause people to migrate.
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The Security-Development Nexus in Conflict Prevention and Resolution in Africa
Author: Mireille Affa'a-Mindzie
International Peace Institute (IPI)
This meeting note summarizes the main points of a discussion on Turkey’s growing role in Africa and regional efforts to improve security and development on the continent, held at the 4th Istanbul Retreat of the UN Security Council.
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30 Jan 2014
Annual Review of the African Union Peace and Security Council 2013/2014
Author: Solomon Ayele Dersso
Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
This paper reviews the work of the African Union Peace and Security Council (PSC) and major developments shaping the peace and security landscape of Africa in 2013.
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The Threat of Contemporary Piracy and the Role of the International Community
Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) /
International Institute of Humanitarian Law
This paper discusses the impact of contemporary piracy on international relations and maritime security.
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Conflict Trends, Issue 1 (2014)
Author: Akin Iwilade, Rachel Morrow, Robert Gerenge, Niels Nagelhus Schia, Ingvild Magnæs Gjelsvik, John Karlsrud, Janet McKnight, Pierrette Quintiliani, Daniel E Agbiboa
African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD)
This issue of Conflict Trends contains articles on 1) the effect of Chinese investments on democratization in Africa; 2) the opportunities for preventing violent conflict in Somalia; 3) the lack of social capital as a cause and consequence of the con...
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If Mayors Ruled Somalia
Author: Ken Menkhaus
Nordic Africa Institute (NAI)
This note critically assesses the two state-building and aid-giving models that have been followed in Somalia – the ‘Marshall Plan’ and ‘Social Contract’ models.
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Counter-Piracy in the Gulf of Aden
Author: Irina Bratosin, Areva Paronjana
Security & Defence Agenda (SDA)
This fact sheet reviews the features and accomplishments of multilateral counter-piracy efforts in the Gulf of Aden.
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ISS Peace and Security Council Report, No 53
Author: Duke Kent-Brown, Hallelujah Lulie, Stephanie Wolters, Andrews Assamoah, Antoinette Louw, Lolandi Pool, Jean-Guilhem Barques
Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
This report focuses on security issues in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia, and the Central African Republic.
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