10 Mar 2016
The Crisis in Libya and the Rise of Jihadism and Migration
Author: Alicja Minda, Patrycja Sasnal
Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)
This bulletin’s authors discuss the causes and possible consequences of the current crisis in Libya.
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1 Mar 2016
Crisis Watch Nr 151
Author: International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group (ICG)
This brief takes the measure of current and potential conflicts throughout the globe (as of February 2016).
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The Role of Ex-Rebel Parties in Building Peace
Author: Clare Castillejo
Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre (NOREF)
This report reviews the ways in which rebel groups transform themselves into political parties and the factors that shape their subsequent contributions to peacebuilding.
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Conflict Trends (No 46): Real Time Analysis of African Political Violence, March 2016
Author: Clionadh Raleigh, Caitriona Dowd, James Moody, Matt Batten-Carew, Daniel Wigmore-Shepherd, Andrea Carboni, Roudabeh Kishi
Climate Change and African Political Stability (CCAPS) Program
This particular issue of Conflict Trends focuses on 1) continued ADF and FDLR violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo; 2) the largely peaceful protests against the expansion of Addis Ababa and how security forces have responded to them; 3) the t...
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Why the Congo Matters
Author: Gerard Prunier
This brief focuses on two problems currently afflicting the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC): 1) President Joseph Kabila's refusal to go ahead with elections, which are constitutionally required to take place in 2016, and 2) the country’s ongoi...
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Gender, Peace and Security and the 2030 Agenda: A Way Forward for South Africa
Author: Anna Möller-Loswick, Tamara Naidoo, Richard Smith, Molly Dhlamini, Showers Mawowa
This report first demonstrates how the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) - in particular Goals 5 and 16 - can help advance the gender, peace and security agendas of South Africa and the African Continent in general.
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