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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 & 2012

 

Policy Papers - July 03, 2012

Organized Crime, Conflict, and Fragility: A New Approach

Rachel Locke

 
 

 

Policy Papers - June 27, 2012

New Compendium Chronicles the UN's Counterterrorism Activities

Naureen Chowdhury Fink

 
 

 

Policy Papers - April 19, 2012

New Report: Aid Effectiveness in Fragile States

Christina Bennett

 
 

 

 

 

Policy Papers - March 22, 2012

Spotting the Spoilers, Analyzing Organized Crime

Mark Shaw and Walter Kemp

 
 

 

Policy Papers - February 22, 2012

New IPI Report: UN Mediation after Constitutional Crises

Charles T. Call

 
 

 

Policy Papers - February 16, 2012

Security-Sector Reform: Nine Ways to Move from Policy to Implementation

Rory Keane and Mark Downes

 
 

 

Policy Papers - January 26, 2012

Partnerships—a New Horizon for Peacekeeping?

Francesco Mancini and Adam C. Smith, editors

 
 

 

Policy Papers - January 06, 2012

Preventive Diplomacy: Regions in Focus

International Peace Institute

 
 

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