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Social Media: Peace/Conflict Resolu

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Dan Smith
SIPRI - Twitter (04/18/2019)


Dan Smith
SIPRI - Twitter (04/17/2019)


Dan Smith
SIPRI - Twitter (04/17/2019)


Ahmed Hassan
SIPRI - Twitter (04/16/2019)


Rachel Stohl
SIPRI - Twitter (04/16/2019)


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The Uzbek-Ukrainian Commercial Dispute
The Uzbek-Ukrainian Commercial Dispute

Paper analyzes whether the recent developed dispute between Uzbekistan and Ukraine holds any serious consequences.  By Khumoyun Akhmadov. (03/25/2019)

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Small States Navigating the Complex World: Costa Rica’s Success Story
Small States Navigating the Complex World: Costa Rica’s Success Story

Costa Rica's advancements prove that small states can be important players in international politics. By Huan-Cheng (Thomas) Liu. (01/17/2019)

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In Order to Analyze Questions of War and Peace, We Cannot Avoid Pursuing a Neorealist Analysis
In Order to Analyze Questions of War and Peace, We Cannot Avoid Pursuing a Neorealist Analysis

Examing war and peace through a Neoralist lens. By Maneesh Mishra. (09/19/2018)

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In Order to Analyze Questions of War and Peace, We Cannot Avoid Pursuing a Neorealist Analysis
In Order to Analyze Questions of War and Peace, We Cannot Avoid Pursuing a Neorealist Analysis

Examing war and peace through a Neoralist lens. By Maneesh Mishra. (09/19/2018)

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Chaos in Iraq: Are the Kurds Truly Set to Win?

Artcle discusses scenarios and ramiffications for possible Kurdish independence. By Winston Harris. (Small Arms Journal, 08/28/2014)

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Calling Off High Level Meeting
Calling Off High Level Meeting

What was behing New Delhi’s decision of calling off the foreign secretary level meeting between India and Pakistan?  By Kashinath Pandit. (08/25/2014)

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In the Pursuit of Strategic Stability
In the Pursuit of Strategic Stability

Improving strategic stability in South Asia through multilateral cooperation is imperative for improving standards of living across the region. By Davis Florick. (06/25/2014)

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Will Modi's India Reinvent International Relations?
Will Modi's India Reinvent International Relations?

Cleo Paskal analyzes Prime Minister Modi's opportunity to reshape India's foreign policy.  (Huffington Post, 06/05/2014)

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What about the Women: the Missing Voice at the Peacemaking Table
What about the Women: the Missing Voice at the Peacemaking Table

What is - and can be - the impact of women's representation in peace negotiations? By Sthelyn Romero. (05/26/2014)

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What Iran Wins by Fighting in Syria
What Iran Wins by Fighting in Syria

Is Islamic Republic of Iran the greatest loser in the Syria conflict...or not?   By Mohammed Nuruzzaman (04/29/2014)

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Bi-polarity of Afghan peace talks
Bi-polarity of Afghan peace talks

Afghan peace talks are bounded by many stakeholders.  How are they involved and how does Karzai play into the situation?  By Dr. Kashi N Pandita. (02/26/2014)

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Government and MNLA Negotiating in Mali: Why Failure is Not an Option
Government and MNLA Negotiating in Mali: Why Failure is Not an Option
In depth and analysis of peace talks in Mali and prospects for success. By Dr. Christos Kyrou. (05/26/2013) Read More...


High Council for the Azawad: A New Opportunity for Peace in Mali?
High Council for the Azawad: A New Opportunity for Peace in Mali?
Parallels to Northern Ireland for achieving peace in Mali? By Dr. Christos Kyrou. (05/07/2013) Read More...


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The Korean Peninsula: Flirting with Conflict
All sides need to issue more reassuring statements, exercise caution during planned military exercises and, especially, the North must avoid further blatant disregard of its international obligations.... Read More...


Rise of Political Islam in Turkey and its Effects on Turkish-Syrian Relations
Rise of Political Islam in Turkey and its Effects on Turkish-Syrian Relations
Paper explores the rise of political Islam in the last two decades in Turkey and its effects on Turkish Syrian relations. By Saffet Akkaya. (11/27/2012) Read More...


Why Mubarak Is Out
Why Mubarak Is Out
Background and analysis of factors leading to Mubarak's loss of power. By Paul Arnar. (Jadaliyya, 02/01/2011) Read More...


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The Dollar and the Deficits
The global economic crisis has revealed the folly of large U.S. budget and trade deficits, as well as of the strong dollar that makes them possible. If it is serious about recovery, the United States ... Read More...


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Frostbitten: Decoding the Cold War, 20 Years Later
The magisterial Cambridge History of the Cold War views the Cold War as an undifferentiated chunk of history. But the conflict between the superpowers was just one strand of history in the middle and ... Read More...


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Complexity and Collapse
Imperial collapse may come much more suddenly than many historians imagine. A combination of fiscal deficits and military overstretch suggests that the United States may be the next empire on the prec... Read More...


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The Future of North America
U.S. national security depends more on cooperative neighbors and secure borders than it does on defeating militias in Basra. By Robert A. Pastor. (Foreign Affairs - Jul/Aug 2008 - $) Read More...


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