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Syrian schoolchildren

July 16, 2016

OEF Fellow Takes the Long View on NPR

Political Conflict

Taking the Long View, is the World Getting More or Less Violent? NPR asked this question of OEF Fellow Andrew Mack, who analyzes trends in global violence for the Human Security Report Project.

Glass Ceilings Broken by Clinton and Merkel

June 23, 2016

What Happens After Glass Ceilings Shatter?

Gender & Security, Good Governance

If Hillary Clinton shatters that highest, hardest glass ceiling, what does that mean for women's representation in legislature? Research Associate Curtis Bell found that when a woman becomes a country's chief executive, the country starts electing more women to legislature.

Syrian Refugees

December 22, 2015

The True Impact of War on Development

Political Conflict

To determine the true impact of war on sustainable development, we need data. Even limited amounts of good data have provided surprisingly useful policy insights. But many governments are reluctant to report on violent conflict within their countries.

waste management in Somalia

December 10, 2015

In Somalia, Lack of Government Isn't Always Lack of Governance

Good Governance

Absence of government doesn't necessarily mean absence of public goods, or systems that resolve collective needs and issues. In Somalia, Somali society has been able to fill some gaps left by the absence of state institutions.

Lindsay Heger speaks on need for data for peace

November 15, 2015

OEF's Lindsay Heger Calls for a Data Revolution

Political Conflict

DENVER, [November 5, 2014] – What are the most pressing questions and challenges we face today when it comes to human security?  Dr. Lindsay Heger, a local political scientist and Associate Director of Research, addressed this issue in a presentation hosted by the Denver Council on Foreign Relations on November ... more

November 07, 2015

Global Thinkers Convene to Chart "A Path to Peace"

Gender & Security, Political Conflict

Is a world without war possible in the 21st century? A foundation focused on empirically-based, forward-looking initiatives aimed at improving systems that prevent armed conflict, today opens its second One Earth Future Forum, which convenes the world’s foremost thought leaders on global security.

Peace conference participants Colorado

October 26, 2015

Participants at One Earth Future Forum Set Sights on a World Without War

Political Conflict

Noted thinkers joined the One Earth Future Foundation in discussing the trends in violent conflict and key drivers affecting global stability, with the question: what can individuals and institutions do to diminish violence and promote peaceful alternatives?

risoner exchange between Hamas and Israel

October 01, 2015

Service-Providing Terrorists Negotiate Better

Political Conflict

Terrorist Groups that Provide Social Services to their Local Supporters are More Likely to Engage in Peace Negotiations with Governments

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