The Collapse of Mozambique’s 2013 Peace Agreement and Why it MattersWritten by on July 19, 2018
This discussion paper analyzes the structural and causal factors that led to the collapse of Mozambique’s landmark 1992 General Peace Agreement in October 2013 and why they matter for the country’s future stability.
Fact Sheet: Understanding SDG 10.C. Global Market on RemittancesWritten by on March 19, 2018
This fact sheet seeks to identify successful strategies and reforms that countries have initiated in order to reduce remittance cost - in their effort to comply with Sustainable Development Goal 10C.
The Role of the Private Sector in Support of Reporting Under SDG 16Written by on March 1, 2018
In Sustainable Development Goal 16, UN member states committed themselves to tracking and releasing information about the closely related issues of peace, justice, inclusion, and good governance. Collecting good data about these issues is difficult and expensive, and many states will need to expand the capacity of their National Statistical Office t
The Geography of Violence Against Civilians: Implications for Peace EnforcementWritten by on February 21, 2018
UN peacekeeping operations have evolved in recent years to include more robust missions that pursue peace enforcement in a way not previously seen. The central question of this report is: how does peace enforcement change where an actor targeted with intervention uses violence against civilians.
Policy Brief: Peace Enforcement and the Geography of Violence Against CiviliansWritten by on February 21, 2018
Peace enforcement has become the subject of vigorous debate among both policy makers and academics working in the field of peace operations. However, there has been relatively little empirical examination of how this emerging strategy affects another key objective of contemporary peace operations: reducing violence against civilians.
Governance for PeaceWritten by on December 12, 2017
Governance systems that contribute to stable peace are characterized by having inclusive means of operating, participatory systems that bring the governed into the process of decision making, systems for accountability that ensure transparent and equitable operations, and enough systemic capacity that they are able to provide physical security and public
THE ENDURING THREAT OF A LARGE INTERSTATE WARWritten by on September 20, 2017
Since 1945, there have been relatively few large interstate wars, especially compared to the preceding 30 years. The implications of this pattern, sometimes called “the Long Peace,” remain highly controversial. Is this an enduring trend toward peace? Or is it temporary, representing a fluctuation within an otherwise stable system of conflict?