Inclusive Security's Blog – May 2011 Archive (2)

Mladic arrest: Has the West now learned not to be impartial on war crimes?

In Bosnia, outsiders for too long relied on impartiality to distance themselves from responsibility. Now, with Mladic's arrest, we must send a message that survivors will be at the center of concerns on security.

Read the Op-Ed by Ambassador Swanee Hunt, Chair of The Institute for Inclusive Security.

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Changing Leadership at Inclusive Security

After five years as director of The Institute for Inclusive…

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