Reconciling Security Sector Reform and the Protection of Civilians in Peacekeeping Contexts

January 26, 2015

By Aditi Gorur and Fairlie Chappuis:

The war in the Democratic Republic of Congo directly resulted in the deaths of 860,000 people, mostly civilians, over the period 2007–2010.  The

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Are drones constrained?

January 26, 2015

By Rachel Stohl:

In the State of the Union address, President Barack Obama made a singular reference to unmanned aerial vehicles, more colloquially referred to as "drones." During his

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Stimson Ranked Top 25 US Think Tank

January 22, 2015

In a new study released today, Stimson was ranked 24th in the category of “Top Think Tanks in the United States.” The study by the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program at the

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The Stimson Center’s New Location

January 20, 2015

As of January 20, 2015, the Stimson Center is now located at 1211 Connecticut Ave, NW on the 8th floor.  This state of the art, innovative space is a fitting new home as the Center

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The Escalating Shi’a-Sunni Conflict

January 16, 2015

In Stimson's continuing series on the Escalating Shi'a-Sunni confilct, held by our Middle East program, discussions have included the role of state actors, contrasting the influence of

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Brian Finlay Named Stimson Vice President

January 14, 2015

The Stimson Center announced today that Brian Finlay, who has served the Center for a decade developing innovative government responses and public-private partnerships to transnational

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Cut Pay? Trim COCOMs: How To Act Wisely On Military Pay

January 13, 2015

By Matthew Leatherman:

Imagine a business that’s restructuring costs. The idea is to restrain employee compensation and free up money for operations and investment, thus allowing the

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Cooperation between India and Pakistan after Natural Disasters

January 09, 2015

By Siddharth Ravishankar, former intern for Stimson's South Asia program: 

In September, monsoon rains engulfed India and Pakistan, causing floods that killed hundreds and washed away

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The Silent Treatment in South Asia

January 07, 2015

By Michael Krepon:

Secretary of State John Kerry is headed for the subcontinent, where his most important messages will be delivered in private and his public remarks will be as

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Beyond Boundaries in Brazil: Innovating for Proliferation Prevention

January 05, 2015

Co-written by Managing Director Brian Finlay, Senior Advisor Johanna Mendelson Forman, and Scoville Fellow James McKeon,the newest report from the Stimson Center’s Managing Across

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