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Extreme Makeover? (II): The Withering of Arab Jerusalem,  Middle East Report N°135   |  20 Dec 2012

The announcement of significant new Israeli settlement construction in East Jerusalem has put the spotlight on the city, but the changes it has undergone since 2000, when the parties first negotiated its fate, are far broader and have far deeper roots. Israelis, Palestinians and the international community must adjust their strategies accordingly, or Arab East Jerusalem will continue its perilous decline, with catastrophic consequences for all.

עברית   中文

Extreme Makeover? (I): Israel’s Politics of Land and Faith in East Jerusalem,  Middle East Report N°134   |  20 Dec 2012

The announcement of significant new Israeli settlement construction in East Jerusalem has put the spotlight on the city, but the changes it has undergone since 2000, when the parties first negotiated its fate, are far broader and have far deeper roots. Israelis, Palestinians and the international community must adjust their strategies accordingly, or Arab East Jerusalem will continue its perilous decline, with catastrophic consequences for all.

עברית

Eastern Congo: The ADF-NALU’s Lost Rebellion,  Africa Briefing N°93   |  19 Dec 2012

The fight against entrenched armed groups in eastern Congo such as the ADF-Nalu needs to switch from a military to an intelligence-based approach. The full briefing is only available in French.

中文

Georgia: Making Cohabitation Work,  Europe Briefing N°69   |  18 Dec 2012

Whether the smooth transfer of power Georgia achieved after October’s bitter election sets a standard for democracy in its region depends on whether the new government can strengthen the independence and accountability of state institutions in what remains a fragile, even potentially explosive political climate.

Curbing Violence in Nigeria (I): The Jos Crisis,  Africa Report N°196   |  17 Dec 2012

Unless addressed immediately, recurrent violence in Nigeria’s Plateau state will continue to fuel settler-indigene tensions and exacerbate intercommunal strife across the country. 中文

The Gulf of Guinea: The New Danger Zone,  Africa Report N°195   |  12 Dec 2012

Rising piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, which supplies around 40 per cent of Europe’s oil and 29 per cent of the U.S.’s, demands effective regional security cooperation and better economic governance to prevent the region becoming another Gulf of Aden. The full report is currently only available in French.

中文

The Gulf of Guinea: The New Danger Zone,  Africa Report N°195   |  12 Dec 2012

Rising piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, which supplies around 40 per cent of Europe’s oil and 29 per cent of the U.S.’s, demands effective regional security cooperation and better economic governance to prevent the region becoming another Gulf of Aden. The full report is currently only available in French.

中文

Thailand: The Evolving Conflict in the South,  Asia Report N°241   |  11 Dec 2012

After a decade of violence, the capabilities of Malay-Muslim insurgents in Thailand’s Deep South are outpacing the counter-measures of successive governments in Bangkok that have been mired in complacency and protracted national-level political disputes.

ไทย   中文

The Philippines: Breakthrough in Mindanao,  Asia Report N°240   |  5 Dec 2012

The next round of talks between the Philippines’ largest Muslim insurgent group and the government is a crucial step towards implementing a sweeping peace agreement signed in October.

中文

Turkey’s Kurdish Impasse: The View from Diyarbakır,  Europe Report N°222   |  30 Nov 2012

Though battered economically, socially and politically for decades, the city and province of Diyarbakır could offer hope for Turks and Kurds who want to live together, if Ankara can refocus its policies on creating a more equal, democratic Turkey.

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