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The Perils of Hands-Off Approaches in Conflict Situations

In thinking about the seemingly unrelated coups d’état in Egypt, Mali and Honduras, it is possible to discern a thin thread of commonality that ties these cases together, despite of the obvious differences between them.  In these cases, the international … Continue reading

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Tools of Change: Long-Term Inclusion in Peace Processes Here is my last publication for Spring 2013.  The article is entitled “Tools of Change: Long-Term Inclusion in Peace Processes” and has just been published by the Fletcher Journal of Human Security.

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A Few Thoughts on Chavez

After a bitter battle with cancer, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez died yesterday in a military hospital in Caracas.  I have been reading several reactions from world leaders and members of society groups in the US and Canada, and it seems … Continue reading

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