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August 06, 2014 / By Rachel Stohl
US still arming African governments that use child soldiers

By Rachel Stohl and Jessica Kosmider: 

Fifty heads of state from African governments are meeting to conclude the U.S.-Africa Summit in Washington, DC today. Yet missing from the agenda

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July 29, 2014 / By Alison Giffen
Overcoming obstacles to mass atrocity prevention

By Alison Giffen: 

Twenty years ago, a genocide unfolded across Rwanda, killing over half a million people in the shadow of UN peacekeepers and under the watch of the international

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July 28, 2014 / By Aditi Gorur
Perceptions of Security in Aweil North County, South Sudan

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The recent crisis in South Sudan highlights the importance of research on how civilians can and should be protected from deliberate

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July 28, 2014 / By Aditi Gorur
Perceptions of Security in Aweil North County, South Sudan

Aditi Gorur, Jok Madut Jok and Augustino Ting Mayai

The recent crisis in South Sudan highlights the importance of research on how civilians can and should be protected from deliberate

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July 25, 2014 / By William Durch
Since the U.N.’s organizational “reboot”

By William Durch: 

In 1988, the great powers rediscovered the United Nations as an instrument of international security. In 1990, Stimson began its work monitoring and assessing the

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