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G78 hosts upcoming webinar series on Future of UN Peace Ops

September 21, 2020

Today’s blog will focus on an exciting series of 6 interlinked webinars on the Future of UN Peace Operations, beginning with a keynote presentation on 24 September and continuing with four individual panels during the period ending 7 October. There will then be a one-week pause to consider and reflect, followed by a fifth panel […]

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Will peaceful democratic change prove possible in Algeria? What next in Venezuela?

March 18, 2019

Hundreds of thousands of people protested in central Algiers on Friday in the biggest demonstration against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s 20-year rule since unrest began last month.

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Canada is failing the people of Yemen

August 25, 2017

The crisis in Yemen continues to worsen as the Saudi-led coalition forces and Houthi rebels blatantly disregard the damage being inflicted on innocent Yemeni civilians. Famine and disease have spread through the country unchecked, due in large part to a Saudi-imposed blockade on air and sea ports that has resulted in a desperate shortage of food, […]

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ICG report examines pitfalls of U.S. counter-terrorism strategy

March 31, 2017

A new report by the International Crisis Group examines President Trump’s emerging counter-terrorism policies, the dilemmas his administration faces in battling ISIS and al-Qaeda across the Middle East and South Asia, and how to avoid deepening the disorder both groups exploit. See: Counter-terrorism Pitfalls: What the U.S. Fight against ISIS and al-Qaeda Should Avoid (Special […]

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