Policy and Research Papers
Myanmar’s Peace Process: Getting to a Political Dialogue
After almost 70 years of armed conflict, the new government of Myanmar inherited a peace process. This paper by the International Crisis Group presents an overview on the roots of the peace process, the features of the new government’s approach using a broader political dialogue and the fundamental doubts concerning the legitimacy of the negotiated solutions.
Nuclear Disarmament: The Missing Link in Multilateralism
Published by Chatham House, this paper outlines the connections between nuclear disarmament and some of the key issues facing humanity and human security today. Despite persistent belief that the risks associated with nuclear weapons are no longer as high as they were during the Cold War, this paper argues otherwise.
Peace Agreements, Power-Sharing, and Political Transitions: Women’s Roles in Colombia, Syria, Yemen
Hosted by IPI together with UN Women, this policy forum opens the floor to discussions on the influence of women’s participation in peace processes. Watch the forum to hear speakers discuss the challenges, opportunities, and prospects for improved gender representation in ongoing peace processes in Colombia, Syria, Yemen, and elsewhere.
African Societal Analysis (ASA) - The African Security Sector Network (ASSN) Think Tank
Mobilising a network of African experts with daily close links with grassroots, ASA’s expertise highlight the influence of so-called informal standards and practices as well as the interactions of African states with non-state actors and local networks. ASA will produce every week, a new “institutional mapping” presented both in text and visuals.