Toward a Transatlantic Strategy of Peace

November 24, 2014
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Sicherheit & Frieden By Col. (ret.) Christopher Holshek 2014, Issue 3 As a follow-up to the groundbreaking […]

The Latest Country to Adopt a Women, Peace, and Security Policy May Surprise You

Institute for Inclusive Security November 19, 2014 As international troops end their decade-plus engagement in Afghanistan, the […]

Internet Governance After Busan Symposium

November 24, 2014
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Council on Foreign Relations 20 November 2014 Internet Governance After Busan Symposium Experts discuss the global debate […]

Local First in Practice

Peace Direct By Rosie Pinnington November 17, 2014 A new book surveys evidence for how international aid […]

Ulster University Chancellor Launches Digital Archive of Conflict

University of Ulster November 18, 2014 Ulster University Chancellor Dr James Nesbitt today launched a permanent digital […]

Global Terrorism Index Report

Institute for Economics and Peace November 16, 2014 Terrorism has become a global phenomenon with a 61% […]

International Civil Society Network Meetings: Are They Worth the Investment?

Partners for Democratic Change By Julia Roid 13 November 2014   My colleague who has been working […]

New from CSIS: Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative

Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) November 12, 2014 With increasing tensions between nations in the […]

Getting Past the Way of the Gun

November 17, 2014

Foreign Policy By Christopher Holshek, Alliance for Peacebuilding November 14, 2014 This past week, the U.S.-backed Iraqi […]

USAID Sustains Commitment to Peacebuilding in the Central African Republic

November 12, 2014
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The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) November 10, 2014 WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Agency for […]