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PSR: February 17, 2017

This week in Peace & Security, brought to you every Friday February 17, 2017 This week in: Peace & Security Publications | IPSI | Africa | Americas | East Asia | Middle East | South Asia About us Join us Donate Featured Report Tracking the Trends and Numbers: [...]

PSR: February 03, 2017

This week in Peace & Security, brought to you every Friday February 03, 2017   This week in: Peace & Security Publications | IPSI | Africa | Americas | East Asia | Middle East | South Asia About us Join us Donate Featured Report In the Shadow of [...]

PSR: January 20, 2017

This week in Peace & Security, brought to you every Friday January 20, 2017 This week in: Peace & Security Publications | IPSI | Africa | Americas | East Asia | Middle East | South Asia About us Join us Donate Featured Report Implementing the Iran Nuclear Deal: [...]

Can you reconcile without forgiving?

by Elissa Al Roumi, Lebanon  “What is forgiveness? Can you reconcile without forgiving?” this was the opening question of our last session after a four weeks Symposium. Robi Damelin stood there listening to our “scientific” [...]

Negotiating in an International Context

  Alpana Modi (Australia) Tuesday’s session on “Negotiating in an International Context” was an eye opening experience for me. I learned the intricacies of international negotiating, and that “silence is worth more than a thousand [...]

Reconciliation: Who is it for?

  Kendal Jones (US) Although scholars and practitioners in the field of post-conflict transitions tend to view reconciliation as an “obvious objective” and perhaps even the main challenge to rebuilding communities after conflict, the victims [...]

Memory and Reconciliation

by Rachel Naguib, Egypt How can we forget violent conflicts that left us psychologically devastated and our feelings full of apprehension, relief, anger and lethargy? Memory is not only a product of the past, but [...]

At which point does the Security Council feel that military intervention in a crisis is necessary?

by Rose Julia Wanjiru, Kenya    The speaker of the day was Hon. Gareth Evans, an expert in state diplomacy from his experience as an Australian Foreign Minister and President and CEO of the International [...]

When “Divine Love” breaks common ground between Christians and Muslims

by Pierre Ahoure,  Côte d’Ivoire/Australia On Wednesday 15, and Thursday 16, July 2015, trainers Michael Shipler and Rajendra Mulmi coached the Peacemakers at the 2015 Bologna Symposium, to search for common ground during conflict prevention, [...]

Paved with Good Intentions

Kate Kranz Jordan (USA - Allied Joint Force Command, Naples/US Naval Forces Europe/Africa, ISAF, United States Naval Academy) At the end of the second week of the symposium, we set out to resolve a number of the [...]

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