2011.03.14 A Kosovo-Serbia dialogue mediated by the EU began on 8-9 March 2011. For now, it has been decided that tackling the North’s governance is too difficult until cooperation has been secured to improve the region’s socio-economic development, security and public order.
2011.03.07 A new approach should provide much greater support for Myanmar’s people and for the socio-economic reforms while convincing the leadership that a renormalisation of relations with the West is possible if they embark on a process of significant political reform.
2011.03.10 There is fear the protest movement could push Yemen to the brink and unleash broad civil strife. But it also could, and should, be a wake-up call, a catalyst for swift, far-reaching reforms leading to genuine power-sharing and accountable, representative institutions.
2011.03.04 The human security situation in the Abyei region of Sudan has rapidly deteriorated in the past week due to renewed violence says this Enough Project report released March 4th.
2011.03.09 Yemeni security forces repeatedly used excessive, deadly force on largely peaceful protesters in the southern city of Aden in February 2011, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.
2011.03.08 The failure of Zimbabwe’s government to investigate and prosecute killings, torture, and politically motivated violence since the 2008 elections is fueling further human rights violations, Human Rights Watch says in this report released on March 8th.
2011.03.10 A complete ceasefire to be followed by negotiations to secure a transition to a post-Qaddafi, legitimate and representative government should be the immediate objectives of the international community’s approach to the Libyan crisis.
2011.03.21, 5:30pm to 7:00pm. The talk will analyze an emerging stage of the Israeli-Palestine conflict. It will further address the impact that recent events in the Middle East on the Arab-Israeli peace process.
2011.03.03 This latest ICG report, examines the escalation of political violence and armed confrontations since Laurent Gbagbo refused to accept defeat in the November presidential election and has sought to retain office by manipulating institutions and violence.
2011.03.04 This report, based on extensive interviews conducted in Upper Nile state in January and February 2011, provides an overview of the state of play among South Sudan’s militias.