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Thanks to probing, concrete questions from Maryline Penedo, moderator of a virtual discussion on…Continue
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“We Bombed The Wrong Side” (General Lewis Mackenzie)…Continue
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Just before 2010 clicked over, Foreign Policy with the International Crisis Group (ICG) published the top 16 crisis points to watch in 2011. According to the International Crisis Group, there are currently three dozen conflicts worldwide, and they took a look at the 16 hotspots to look out for in 2011.
Here are the 14 countries on the ICG list which are also covered by the Global Peace Index (GPI). What are your thoughts? Any other country to add?
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I looked up on Wikipedia the UN group known as 'the friends of UNSCR1325', presently led by Canada (I believe) - see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friends_of_1325- but there is nothing entered.
Could everyone pass word around that if people know about the UN Friends of UNSCR1325 perhaps they can go to this link and key in some facts.…Continue
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Please find below links to a selection of articles published by TransConflict throughout December:
- Serbia’s Sandzak at odds with Belgrade - by Justin Vela - calls for greater autonomy for Sandžak – particularly by the head of the Islamic Community in Serbia, Mufti Muamer Zukorlic – continue to place…Continue
Added by Ian Bancroft on January 12, 2011 at 8:56am — No Comments
If you have lived or worked in a violent conflict setting and desire a deeper understanding of the community that operates in this sphere, you are invited to participate in an upcoming dialogue on peacebuilding. The dialogue will take place for five consecutive Wednesday evenings, lasting from February 23 until March 23. Ambassador John McDonald of the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy has graciously donated his space in Rosslyn, VA, for this dialogue.
Kevin Lafleur and Micael Bogar…Continue
Erle Frayne D. Argonza
Good day to you, fellow global citizens!
The newspapers this morning released a gladdening news about a macro-economic fundamental in my beloved Philippines: foreign exchange or FOREX reserves breached the U.S. $62 Billion mark. The news item means that my country has all the foreign currencies to purchase a year-long worth of…Continue
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A critical step in the mediation process is to explore options and find solutions to the conflict or dispute. The possible solutions depend on how the mediator and the participants approach this step of the process. Further, I have noticed that there are parallels between the solution seeking approaches in mediation…
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Soliya, a non-profit organization using a custom-made web-conferencing application to facilitate dialogue between students from diverse backgrounds across the globe, is now recruiting skilled volunteers to facilitate its Connect Program for the Fall 2011 semester!…Continue
In an opinion piece looking at the media and peace building in 2010 and prospects for 2011, Sheldon Himelfarb, Associate Vice-President at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP), noticed some interesting developments, especially in the area of how new online tools can empower individuals. In a sense, this has been precisely what…Continue
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