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Panel Discussions - November 07, 2008
On November 7th, IPI hosted a panel discussion to launch the new volume, Peace Operations: Trends, Progress, and Prospects, edited by Donald C. F. Daniel, Patricia Taft, and Sharon Wiharta (Georgetown University Press 2008).
Panel Discussions - October 29, 2008
In partnership with the United Nations Development Programme, the International Peace Institute recently hosted a lunchtime policy discussion on postconflict economic recovery, based on the recently released UNDP report entitled “Post-Conflict Economic Recovery: Enabling Local Ingenuity.”
Panel Discussions - October 23, 2008
Meeting Notes - October 13, 2008
This multiauthor study and meeting note provides the most comprehensive treatment to date of the historic Greentree Agreement, which peacefully resolved the longstanding border dispute over the Bakassi Peninsula between Cameroon and Nigeria.
Panel Discussions - October 13, 2008
On September 25, 2008, a select group of foreign ministers and distinguished experts gathered at IPI to discuss "the State of Freedom of Expression: Access to Information as a Driver of Social Development."
Meeting Notes - October 11, 2008
Drawn from a conference jointly convened by IPI and Norway's Ministry of Foreign Affairs entitled "Leaving Terrorism Behind," this meeting report examines the processes of deradicalization and disengagement from violent extremism.
Conferences - October 08, 2008
On October 8th, the International Peace Institute convened a "Multistakeholder Consultation on Chad," together with the United States Institute of Peace and Caring for Kaela, a Chadian advocacy organization.
Panel Discussions - October 07, 2008
IPI recently held a roundtable on the de-alerting of nuclear weapons, an issue raised by several resolutions of the General Assembly. In providing a diverse selection of views on this important issue, the discussion saw a lively debate on the operational status of nuclear weapons systems, the risks associated with high-level alert status, and the possible steps to reduce such risks.
Panel Discussions - October 03, 2008
On the morning of Monday, September 22, 2008, IPI hosted a breakfast Policy Forum on "Crime as an Impediment to Security and Development in Africa." The meeting, chaired by IPI President Terje Rød-Larsen and UNODC Executive Director Antonio Maria Costa, considered the ways in which local and transnational crime in Africa represents both a cause and a consequence of violence, corruption, and poor governance, and the strategies that international institutions can adopt to arrest this cycle. The meeting was an official Side Event to the UN General Assembly’s High Level Meeting on Africa’s Development Needs.
Policy Papers - September 30, 2008
The first of a five-part paper series focusing on African subregions, Eastern Africa: Security and the Legacy of Fragility, examines subregional capacity to respond to the multiple challenges facing Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda.
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Déjà Vu in the Central African Republic as UN Looks to Intervene
The international community has a unique opportunity to learn from the past, rectify its missteps, and usher in lasting peace in CAR.
Key Global Events to Watch in December
A list of key upcoming meetings and events with implications for global affairs.
Top 10 Issues to Watch in 2013: The Multilateral Arena
Ten key issues that are likely to impact global affairs in international peace, security, and development.
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