Conflict, Security, and Development Series - Spring 2017

Each Tuesday, the Conflict, Security, and Development Series will examine new research, discuss creative policy approaches, and highlight recent innovations in responding to the challenges of security and development in conflict and post-conflict situations.

Feb 21, 2017
WPS Sidhu
South Asia, India

On December 17, 2016 Barnett Rubin made a presentation on the subject of “Security and Development Along the Belt and Road Initiative” at a conference hosted by the Belt and Road Building and Central Asian Studies Institute of Shaanxi Normal University in Xi’an, China.

Dec 17, 2016
Barnett Rubin
China, South Asia, Afghanistan, Pakistan
Afghanistan, Pakistan

In his first two weeks in office, President Donald Trump's "America First" pledge has proven more than an idle slogan. In word and deed, the White House has signaled an aggressive unilateral stance toward the world that's antagonized allies abroad and divided supporters at home.

Feb 01, 2017
Benjy Sarlin, Barnett Rubin

Waheguru Pal Sidhu & Shivshankar Menon speak on the Security Challenges of 2017

Jan 05, 2017
WPS Sidhu
South Asia, India

Several recent episodes have highlighted the potential of Twitter diplomacy to both make peace or enhance relations and raise tensions or wage war

Jan 02, 2017
WPS Sidhu
South Asia, India
South Asia

Key global trends include rising income, climate change, growing cyber dependency, ageing population, artificial intelligence, and the changing nature of conflic

Jan 16, 2017
WPS Sidhu
South Asia, India

US President Donald Trump’s disruption, ironically, is more likely accelerate the evolution to allow countries like China and, probably, India to shape its contours

Jan 30, 2017
WPS Sidhu
United States, South Asia, India
South Asia

The United States can best achieve its objective of denying international terrorists sanctuary in Afghanistan by implementing an integrated diplomatic and military strategy.

Feb 01, 2017
Barnett Rubin
South Asia, Afghanistan
© Global Peace Operations Review

For almost a decade, the Annual Review of Global Peace Operations (ARGPO) was the flagship publication of the Center on International Cooperation (CIC). During that time, CIC also released three editions of the Review of Political Missions.

We've produced a video highlighting the launch of the Global Peace Operations Review (GPOR) annual compilation. This second edtion of the compilation, is the first to collect a full year’s worth of content from the website in a single publication.

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