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Seizing the Moment: From Early Warning to Early Action

Exploiting Disorder: al-Qaeda and the Islamic State

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In The News

12 Nov 2017
A function of the retreat of the U.S. [from the 2015 Paris agreement on climate change] is that all countries feel more on their own. Trust requires some sense of shared values. Modern Diplomacy

Jean-Marie Guéhenno

President & CEO
12 Nov 2017
Millions of people are living in a country in which they were not born. Building a wall to create a solution is an illusion. If you plug one path, then it just puts strain on other areas. Khaleej Times

Jean-Marie Guéhenno

President & CEO
8 Mar 2017
The us-and-them mentality [of the new UN counter-terrorism proposal means] the U.N. has been positioned even more forcefully on the government's side when it [is sometimes] already perceived as too close to the government. Foreign Policy

Richard Atwood

Director of New York Office, Senior Policy Adviser, Jihad in Modern Conflict
2 Jan 2017
If we see deepening European crisis, one of the world’s major balancing voices will be lost. CNN

Jean-Marie Guéhenno

President & CEO

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Op-Ed / Global

The International Criminal Court’s Case Against the United States in Afghanistan

In recent years, a confrontation between the U.S. government and the International Criminal Court (ICC) has been looming over the alleged actions of U.S. forces in Afghanistan. Crisis Group's U.S. Program Director Stephen Pomper unpicks the unique U.S.-ICC relationship and outlines the choices left open to Washington.

Originally published in Just Security

Op-Ed / Global

To Keep the Peace, We Need More Women

Ahead of the 14-15 November 2017 UN Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial conference in Vancouver, Crisis Group's President & CEO Jean-Marie Guéhenno writes that greater female participation in UN peacekeeping can help UN missions fulfill their mandates.

Originally published in The Globe and Mail

Today’s Uzbekistan and Manhattan’s Deadly Truck Attack

An immigrant from Central Asia has admitted to carrying out the 31 October truck attack in New York on behalf of the Islamic State. Sayfullo Saipov left his native Uzbekistan seven years ago and U.S. and Uzbek authorities say he was radicalised in the U.S.

EU Watch List / Global

Watch List 2017 – Third Update

Crisis Group’s third update to our Watch List 2017 includes entries on the Northern Triangle of Central America, the Democratic Republic of Congo, post-ISIS Iraq, Myanmar’s Rohingya crisis, and Turkey’s refugee challenge. This annual early-warning report identifies conflict situations in which prompt action by the European Union and its member states would generate stronger prospects for peace.

Interview / Global

Conflits armés : « Les vieilles querelles sont maintenant à plusieurs niveaux »

Pour le diplomate Jean-Marie Guéhenno, depuis cinq ans les conflits deviennent plus dangereux car ils dépassent les protagonistes locaux.

Originally published in Libération

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Stephen Pomper

Program Director, United States