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IPI has a long tradition of producing high-quality, timely reports that are policy relevant and academically sound. Presenting original research in an accessible style, IPI policy reports serve as integral tools for discussions on a range of topics of central concern to international affairs, such as peace operations, global terrorism, transnational organized crime, peacebuilding, and the responsibility to protect.

 

 

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Content by Policy Papers & Armed Conflict

 

Policy Papers - February 14, 2007

The Middle East: Fragility and Crisis

Markus E. Bouillon

 
 

 

Policy Papers - September 15, 2006

Development and Security in the Pacific Island Region

M. Anne Brown

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Policy Papers - August 14, 2005

Kashmir: From Persistence to Progress?

Cyrus Samii

 
 

 

 

 

Policy Papers - July 15, 2004

EU-UN Partnership in Crisis Management: Developments and Prospects

Alexandra Novosseloff

 
 

 

Policy Papers - July 14, 2001

Competing Claims: Self-Determination and Security in the United Nations

Simon Chesterman, Tom Farer, and Timothy Sisk

 
 

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