Islam and the Bomb

December 01, 2015

By Faiqa Mahmood: 

This post on Islamic teachings from the Quran is written by Faiqa Mahmood, a Non-Resident Fellow at the Stimson Center. It’s another in a series on how traditional

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The International and U.S. Responsibility to Implement Human Syrian Refugee Policies

November 23, 2015

To commemorate the new partnership between the Stimson Center and the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota, we convened a panel comprised of scholars and

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Linking Security and Governance

November 19, 2015

By Gordon Adams and Richard Sokolsky: 

U.S. security assistance and cooperation programs have come under a lot of fire recently.  The failure of the $500 million program to train and

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Around the Globe Commissioners Promote Recommendations

November 18, 2015

Following public events since June in The Hague, Abuja, Berlin, New York, Paris, and Washington, D.C., members of the Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance continue to

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Celebrating the New Partnership Between The Humphrey School of Public Affairs and The Stimson Center

November 18, 2015

The Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota and the Stimson Center announced, on November 2nd, 2015, a new strategic partnership that will enhance collaboration

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At G-20 Summit, Economics Overshadowed by Paris Attacks

November 17, 2015

By Ellen Laipson: 

World leaders from the 20 top economies as well as observer states met Sunday and Monday in southern Turkey for the annual G-20 summit. The gathering had been set to

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The Central African Republic Is Still in Crisis. Can UN Peacekeepers Help?

November 12, 2015

By Aditi Gorur and Lisa Sharland: 

The kidnapping and assassination of senior political figures in Bangui in recent weeks, along with a number of violent intercommunal reprisals and

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Gottemoeller on reducing risk of landmines and remnants of war

November 06, 2015

Although significant progress has been made in the last fifteen years, thousands of people continue to be affected by landmines and explosive remnants of war. From preventing the safe

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Protecting US Security By Minimizing the Role of Nuclear Weapons

November 04, 2015

Statement by Barry Blechman, Co-Founder, Stimson Center 
Testimony before the Strategic Subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee
November 3, 2015

Nuclear weapons are the most

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Tackling Extreme Poverty in the Shadow of Violence

November 03, 2015

By Brian Finlay: 

Last month, the board of governors of the World Bank gathered for their annual meeting in Lima, Peru. To much fanfare, they released new data demonstrating that for

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