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Books - July 14, 2005

East Africa and the Horn: Confronting Challenges to Good Governance

Dorina Bekoe, ed. (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2005)

 
 

 

Books - June 14, 2005

Conflict and Collusion in Sierra Leone

David Keen, ed. (James Currey Publishers, 2005)

 
 

 

Policy Papers - April 15, 2005

Police Reform in Post Conflict Societies

William O'Neill

 
 

 

Meeting Notes - April 14, 2005

Strengthening African Peacekeeping Capacity: African Military Perspectives

John L. Hirsch and Nancy Walker

 
 

 

Meeting Notes - April 11, 2005

Global Public Health and Biological Security: Complementary Approaches

International Peace Institute

 
 

 

 

 

Meeting Notes - March 09, 2005

The Role of Civil Society in Peacebuilding in the Great Lakes Region

Arthur Bainomugisha

 
 

 

Meeting Notes - February 14, 2005

Managing Nuclear Threats after Iraq

Cyrus Samii

 
 

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