Powering Progress: The Potential Of Renewable Energy In SomaliaWritten by on March 4, 2015
This report describes the evolving landscape of energy in the country and outlines the burden of limited electricity services and extremely high tariffs on households, businesses, and the environment.
The Role of Business in the Responsibility to ProtectWritten by on December 19, 2014
This policy brief is based on “The Role of Business in the Responsibility to Protect,” a chapter which appeared in The Responsibility to Protect and the Third Pillar: Legitimacy and Operationalization.
Votes and violence: Pursuing terrorism while navigating politicsWritten by on December 5, 2014
Many of the world’s most infamous terrorist organizations demonstrate clear political aptitude, maintaining highly successful political parties while simultaneously carrying out terrorist attacks. Yet the relationship between terrorism and a group’s political fortune is unclear.
A Gap Exists! (But it is Smaller and More Specific Than You Think)Written by on November 7, 2014
In recent decades, many who are involved in international relations and foreign policy have bemoaned the increasing divide between what practitioners do and the issues scholars research. Accusations from both sides have detailed what appear to be entrenched institutional cultures with few possibilities for change.
Cooperation and Competition in Large ClassroomsWritten by on October 23, 2014
Instructors of large classes often face challenges with student motivation. The classroom incentive structure – grades, extra credit, and instructor and peer acknowledgement – may shape student motivations to engage in their studies.
Why Govern? The Strategic, Functional, and Normative Logics of Global GovernanceWritten by on September 28, 2014
Global governance is one of the most critical subjects in international relations scholarship and policymaking today.
Policy Brief: Corporate Social Responsibility and the Responsibility to ProtectWritten by on August 27, 2014
An OEF Research report authored by Ken Scott and Laura Rhodes reviewed international and national legal systems, laws, and practices regarding applicable norms and corporate responsibilities related to human rights abuses, and more specifically, mass atrocities.