Understanding Africa’s Contemporary Conflicts
Author: Richard Bowd, Annie Barbara Chikwanha, Romain Malejaqc, Oscar Mateos, Philip Mwanika, Derefe Wordofa, Terence Mashingaidze, James Gadin, Lawrence Juma, Damilola Agbajobi, Lucien Toulou
Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
This monograph is a collection of papers that were presented at the African Human Security Initiative conference that was held in Addis Ababa in February 2008.
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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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Conflict in Kyrgyzstan?
Author: Michele E. Commercio
Kennan Institute /
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (WWICS)
The author of this paper argues that various phenomena within certain Soviet successor states emphasize the need to reevaluate the definition of conflict, shifting the focus from process to outcome.
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CASD CeMiSS Quarterly Summer 2004
Author: Olga Mattera, Federico Eichberg, Lorena Di Placid, Andrea Grazioso, Lucio Martino, Giovanni Gasparini, Federica Di Camillo, Fausto Biloslavo, Riccardo Gefter Wondrich, Nicola Pedde, Alessandro Gobbicchi, Diego Gon
Centro Alti Studi per la Difesa (CASD)
This issue explores, among other topics, the intersection of culture and conflict in the Middle East, governance challenges in Central Asia, the implications of the European Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe for European Security and Defe...
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