The Search for Security in Post-Taliban Afghanistan

At the International Institute for Strategic Studies, Cyrus Hodes and Mark Sedra wrote the Adelphi Paper, "The Search for Security in Post-Taliban Afghanistan":

Iraqi Refugees

The Institute for the Study on International Migration, at Georgetown University, and the Center for International and Regional Studies, at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar, recently published "Iraqi Refugees: S

GAO: DOD Needs to Improve Stability Operations

In May 2007, the GAO put out "Actions Needed to Improve DOD’s Stability Operations Approach and Enhance Interagency Planning" for the Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs, Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, House of Representatives.

Building Security Where There Is No Security

This Journal of Peacebuilding & Development piece by Richard Hill, Jonathan Temin, and Lisa Pacholek, examines how alternative security mechanisms evolve communities in two fragile states, Columbia and Liberia.

The Health Implications of Climate Change

The latest installment of the

Proposed Civilian Reserve Corps

Secretary of State Condi Rice and Senator Richard Lugar (Indiana-R) wrote an article in the Washpost yesterday on the urgency of creating the proposed Civilian Reserve Corps-- a "volunteer cadre of civilian experts" who will work in the "urgent jobs of post-conflict

Barton on Iraq

PCR Project Co-director Rick Barton is quoted in the International Analyst Network, an online portal for analysts in the spheres of foreign policy, geopolitics, and counterterrorism.

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