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World + 5 more

The BRICS and international peacebuilding and statebuilding

Oliver RichmondIoannis Tellidis, 1 February 2013 The emergence of the BRICS has generated a renewed debate about peacebuilding and donor activity. This has slowly influenced the aims, norms and...

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Brazil: an emerging peacekeeping actor

Executive Summary As the presence of Western states in UN peacekeeping operations (PKOs) has gradually decreased, new states have been filling the resultant void, although these operations remain...

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Demobilisation and disarmament in peace processes

This policy brief explores the conditions under which non-state armed groups generate and maintain the political will to restore the state’s monopoly over the use of force by examining lessons learnt...

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Libya + 2 more

The reshaping of West Africa after Mu’ammar Qaddafi’s fall

Roland Marchal Muammar Qaddafi’s overthrow was interpreted in the West as the removal of a tyranny and an expression of regional democratisation dynamics. Concerned with their own interests, Western...

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Mali + 5 more

Is a military intervention in Mali unavoidable?

Roland Marchal Executive summary No clear settlement of the crisis in Mali seems possible in the short term, despite a UN Security Council resolution on October 12th paving the way for a military...

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Gender, fragility and the politics of statebuilding

Clare Castillejo, 17 October 2012 Internationally supported statebuilding processes offer an opportunity to address engrained gender inequalities and develop a state that is accountable to women...

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