Managing Intractable Conflicts: Lessons from Moldova and Cyprus
Author: Alexandru Baltag, Veaceslav Berbeca, Christopher J Borgen, Denis Cenusa, Mete Hatay, Oazu Nantoi, Ilia Roubanis, Irina Severin, Sylvia Tiryaki, Orestis Tringides, Radu Vrabie
Global Political Trends Center (GPoT)
This book addresses the problem of peace building in intractable conflicts.
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"New Wars" on the Balkans
Author: Vassil Genchev
Centro Argentino de Estudios Internacionales (CAEI)
The relationship between violence, illicit trade, and the onset, continuation and ending of conflict is complex, unpredictable and constantly conditioned by the interplay of domestic and international interests and power realignments.
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15 Sep 2006
Iraq: Democracy or Civil War?
Author: James D Fearon
Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC)
This testimony to the US House of Representatives analyzes common patterns of how civil wars evolve and how they end, assessing where Iraq fits into the general pattern.
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Strategic Insights Volume IV, Issue 10
Author: William D Casebeer, Michael C Desch, Darryl Howlett, Feroz Hassan Khan, Jeffrey S Lantis, Peter R Lavoy, Edward A Olsen, Andrew Scobell, Christopher P Twomey
Center on Contemporary Conflict (CCC)
This publication offers articles around the topic of strategic culture, namely on lessons learned form the counter-insurgency strategy of the UK Iraqi mandate, the importance of culture and structure in security studies since 11 September 2001, Pakis...
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