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Kennedy: Kosova-Libya parallels run deep

Kosova and Libya are juxtaposed nowadays in suggesting what humanitarian intervention can do, Institute Director Michael Kennedy noted in a recent essay on jadaliyya.com. And in that context, "it's...

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The situation in Sudan: Not entirely bleak

By Watson Institute Student Rapporteur Brenna Carmody '09 While Sudan is almost uniformly associated with the genocide in Darfur in the Western consciousness, the developments, problems, and...

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Timor-Leste

Problems continue to plague East Timor

During the 1990s, East Timor's struggle against oppressive Indonesian rule was well publicized. Since achieving independence in 1999, the country has retreated back into relative obscurity. In "East...

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Foreign Aid and Private Sector Development

This study calls for better reporting on the use of U.S. foreign aid to build up the private sector in developing countries. It examines three tools for strengthening small and medium-sized...

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Humanitarian Action: The Conflict Connection

This document considers the impact of humanitarian action on recent armed conflicts, evaluating the proposition that humanitarian initiatives fuel conflict. For this purpose it discusses the...

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The Dynamics of Coordination

Through an examination of the humanitarian efforts in Sierra Leone and Rwanda, this report provides a comparative analysis of the humanitarian challenges. In addition to the provision of maps and...

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