Policy and Research Papers
Tunisia: Transitional Justice and Fight against Corruption
The International Crisis Group analyses the tensions surrounding Tunisia's fight against corruption and "revolutionary justice" measures. Can a renewed commitment by the political class on transitional justice prevent the further spread of corruption and defuse the risks of polarisation in the country? (Full report only in French, executive summary available in English).
Maritime Security in the Asia-Pacific: China and the Emerging Order in the East and South China Seas
Exploring the different perspectives on statehood in the maritime domain and the related risks, Dr. Kun-Chin Lin and Dr. Andrès Villar Gertner evaluate in this Chatham House Research Paper the South China Sea context. They find four varying dimensions of tensions: geostrategic balance, national identity politics, regional and domestic institutions, and international maritime law.
Justice Sector Reform: Applying Human Rights Based Approaches
This annual International Human Rights Network (IHRN) training programme aims at enhancing the skills of justice sector personnel, consultants, managers... in applying human rights-based approaches to Justice Sector Reform. It will take place in the National University of Ireland, Maynooth during five days at the end of June.
The Political Dynamics of Security in Fragile States
Clingendael's Senior Research Fellow Erwin van Veen looks at the connection between the exercise of political power and the organisation of security in fragile societies. From the port of Karachi to the periphery of Nairobi, whose interests do state security organisations serve: their own institutional interests, the maintenance of the elite's political power, or the security of the population?