September, 2013

Peacebuilding by the Numbers

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From Promise to Reality: The U.S. Experiment in Emerging Genocide Prevention Systems

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Because remembrance without resolve is a hollow gesture. Awareness without action changes nothing. In this sense, “never again” is a challenge to us all—to pause and to look within. —President […]

Early Warning, Early Response: Lessons from Sri Lanka

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Most community-based violence can be prevented if the right information is delivered to the right stakeholders, at the right time, in the right format, enabling the stakeholders to take the […]

Civil Society in Syria: A Milestone for Sustainable Peace

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Sustainable peace in Syria cannot be achieved without the engagement of civil society in generating solutions for the problems threatening to tear up the country today. Civil society must also […]

Separate Tracks, Common Goals: Preventing Genocide and Conflict

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Whether through quiet resolve or vocal outrage, the chorus of people saying “never again” to genocide and mass atrocities is growing. Many in the field of conflict prevention and peacebuilding […]

Beyond the Last Resort: The US Military and Conflict Prevention

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The military’s role in preventing violent conflict is often misunderstood. Civilians, policymakers, and practitioners have argued that the military should have little to no role in prevention, a perspective that […]

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