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Uncharted Waters: Thinking Through Syria’s Dynamics,  Middle East Briefing N°31   |  24 Nov 2011

The Syrian crisis has entered its most dangerous stage, requiring urgent attention to issues that the international community and Syrian opposition have largely been ignoring.

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The Philippines: Indigenous Rights and the MILF Peace Process ,  Asia Report N°213   |  22 Nov 2011

The Philippine government and Muslim rebels need to take concrete steps to address the precarious situation of indigenous peoples, known as the Lumad, to secure their support for the peace process on the southern island of Mindanao.

Timor-Leste’s Veterans: An Unfinished Struggle?,  Asia Briefing N°129   |  18 Nov 2011

Ten years after the demobilisation of its guerrilla liberation army, Timor-Leste must strike a balance between recognising veterans’ role and promoting strong and independent institutions in order to ensure stability.

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The Lord’s Resistance Army: End Game?,  Africa Report N°182   |  17 Nov 2011

Insufficient political will has thwarted regional efforts to stop the murderous Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) but vigorous diplomacy led by the African Union (AU), an immediate military push and complementary civilian initiatives could end the misery of thousands.

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The Lord’s Resistance Army: End Game?,  Africa Report N°182   |  17 Nov 2011

Insufficient political will has thwarted regional efforts to stop the murderous Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) but vigorous diplomacy led by the African Union (AU), an immediate military push and complementary civilian initiatives could end the misery of thousands.

Resistance and Denial: Zimbabwe’s Stalled Reform Agenda,  Africa Briefing N°82   |  16 Nov 2011

Slow and inadequate progress in implementing the compromise they reached three years ago threatens to push Zimbabwe’s contending forces into premature  elections and undermine political and economic recovery.

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Implementing Peace and Security Architecture (I): Central Africa,  Africa Report N°181   |  7 Nov 2011

More than a decade after the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) was requested by the African Union (AU) to give life to a new peace and security architecture, political and security cooperation on the continent is still in need of reinforcement.

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Moving Beyond Easy Wins: Colombia’s Borders ,  Latin America Report N°40   |  31 Oct 2011

Colombia needs bolder policies to cope with the violence in its border areas, because improved relations with its neighbours alone have neither effectively reduced ongoing conflict with illegal armed groups nor alleviated the plight of the local communities.

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Keeping Haiti Safe: Justice Reform,  Latin America/Caribbean Briefing N°27   |  27 Oct 2011

A dysfunctional justice system continues to pose significant obstacles to the democratic process in a post-earthquake Haiti where security and stability remain fragile.

Africa without Qaddafi: The Case of Chad,  Africa Report N°180   |  21 Oct 2011

The fall of Qaddafi’s regime, followed by his death on 20 October, could pave the way to promises of democracy in Libya but left neighbouring countries facing new potential problems that could threaten stability in the region.

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