Les Racines du Mal: Histoire de la Politique…Continue
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GULF STATES: ENFORCERS OF OLIGARCHIC ‘CLASH OF CIVILIZATION’ MADNESS
Erle Frayne D. Argonza…
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I decided to start a new type of post on a Peace of Conflict reviewing conflict situations in the world on a somewhat weekly basis. I figured, I read this stuff every week anyway-- I might as well share it with readers in condensed form.
Here's some of what's happening in the world of conflict this week:
I returned to Cote D’Ivoire in West Africa this summer after almost six years away. Much has changed in this beautiful country, but one thing that has kept constant is the corruption. Although Cote D’Ivoire’s civil war technically ended with a tentative peace agreement in 2007, hopes for long-lasting peace are still distant and insecure because corruption reigns supreme. Justice is out of reach for most in the country, as it is believed impossible to get a favorable decision in the justice…Continue
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OLE 2010 is the first edition of an international forum on “Illegal Economy, Organised Crime and Financial Globalisation”…Continue
REFORMA JUDICIAL, CONFLICTOS Y SECTORES POPULARES…Continue
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News stories over the weekend of 24-25 July 2010 reported two separate incidents of mass killings in Mexico, where the Mexican government estimates nearly 25,000 people have died in drug-related violence since the army was deployed to fight the drugs gangs in December 2006.
Mexico’s escalating ‘drug war’…
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Once again, Soliya is offering a volunteer facilitator position including a free-of-charge facilitation and conflict resolution training. Are you
- Interested in the relationship between the “West” and the “Arab & Muslim World”?
Iam delighted and also very sorry when l hear someone talking about peace. The International Community is spending alot of money to fight against HIV Aids in the World but pays a little attention to cultivate peace and a real democracy in the world particularly in Africa. When a patient sees a doctor ,he or she will first examine him or her before any prescription. This is the case of people fighting for HIV AIDS. The problem is, what is the cause of the…Continue
A book on post-conflict Nepal
Editors: Bishnu Raj Upreti, Sagar Raj Sharma
Kailash Nath Pyakuryal, Safal Ghimire
Pp: 312 (+12) = 324
Subsidised price: NRs 400/-
Publishers: South Asia Regional Coordination Office of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR North-South) and Human and Natural Resources Studies Centre (HNRSC) of Kathmandu University…
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ARAB GULF STATES: HOW ASIAN?
Erle Frayne D. Argonza…
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Beijing Express Declaration
Created en-route to the UN 4th…Continue
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In Liberia, the disarmament and demobilisation of ex-combatants was quite effective. However the reintegration and rehabilitation components of the programme were less successful. A paper published by MICROCON argues that this is because the programme in Liberia, as in other African contexts, was formulated without enough attention to the local context.
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OBITUARY: HAKAN WIBERG
The very first encounter with Hakan Wiberg, while he was still director of COPRI, had a rather scary effect on a person like me. At that time, in 1997, I was a totally…Continue
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A new Japanese funded project for the conservation and management of Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, was launched on 16 July 2010 in Kathmandu, with the signing of the Plan of Operation by the Government of Nepal and UNESCO.
The world-renowned Buddhist pilgrimage destination has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1997.…
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By David Swanson
On Tuesday evening, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill already passed by the Senate that funds a $33 billion, 30,000-troop escalation in Afghanistan. The vote was 308 to 114. What could the good
news possibly be?
The first good news is that, while we had no more than 35 congress members who would vote against war funding a year ago, or perhaps 55 when it was an easy vote with no pressure, we've now got 114. That's
serious progress. That's…
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I am doing my MA reseach on African traditional Machanism of Conflict Management and peace making, case of Somali traditional Machanism of Conflit management and peace making, if you have any documents related on the matter please any assistance will be highly appreciated. Thank you.