15 May 2013
Escaping Nigeria's Cycle of Violence
Author: John Campbell
Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
This brief tracks the escalating violence between Nigerian military forces and the Islamist Boko Haram movement.
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2 May 2013
Enhancing Global and Regional Mechanisms for Conflict Management and Resolution
Author: Ibrahim A Gambari
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)
This paper provides multi-regional perspectives on conflict management and resolution.
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1 May 2013
Crisis Watch, Nr 117
Author: International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group
This monthly issue of Crisis Watch provides us a status report on 70 ongoing or potential conflicts in the world.
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Fault Lines of the Revolution: Political Actors, Camps and Conflicts in the New Libya
Author: Wolfram Lacher
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)
This paper looks at the various political actors that have shaped events in post-revolutionary Libya.
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Mali’s Precarious Democracy and the Causes of Conflict
Author: Susanna D. Wing
United States Institute of Peace (USIP)
This report reviews the nature of Malian 'democracy' before the 2012 coup and the origins of the crisis.
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The Future of Intrastate Conflict in Africa
Author: Jakkie Cilliers, Julia Schünemann
Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
This paper analyzes the potential for intrastate conflict in Africa up to 2050.
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Civilian Capacity in the Aftermath of Conflict
Author: Diana Felix da Costa, Søren Vester Haldrup, John Karlsrud, Frederik Rosén, Kristoffer Nilaus Tarp
Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS)
In the context of fragile states and countries emerging from conflict, the need to develop and strengthen civil service capacity is always urgent.
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