Community Agreements and Mining: A New Frontier for Social Impact InvestmentsWritten by M Cecilia G Dalupan on December 23, 2015
One Earth Future Foundation and RTC Impact Fund developed this study to explore the role that an impact investment fund may have in the negotiation of mining-related community agreements.
The Century of Peace? Empirical Trends in Peace and ConflictWritten by One Earth Future on November 2, 2015
Is a world without war possible in the 21st century?Trends in armed conflict and a developing body of social scientific research suggest that this idea is plausible.Based on a discussion of high-level experts held in 2014, this report reviews the existing research on peace and conflict to argue that peace is an achievable goal for the globe.Current system
The Causes and Outcomes of Coup during Civil WarWritten by Curtis Bell, Jun Koga Sudduth on October 1, 2015
Though approximately one in four coup attempts takes place during an ongoing civil war, scholars have not yet analyzed how the incidence of civil war affects coup attempts and outcomes.
Negotiating With Rebels: The Effect of Rebel Service Provision on Conflict NegotiationsWritten by Danielle F. Jung, Lindsay Heger on September 29, 2015
When rebels provide social services, do they have more leverage negotiating the terms of a peace deal? The literature suggests service-providing groups may, on average, have a wider base of support and a more centralized organizational structure.
Non-State Actors in Maritime SecurityWritten by Conor Seyle, Jens Vestergaard Madsen on August 27, 2015
As part of an ongoing lessons-learned project based on Oceans Beyond Piracy’s work with the Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia, OEF Research is documenting the potential role of non-state actors in maritime security.
Non-State Actors in Maritime SecurityWritten by Conor Seyle, Jens Vestergaard Madsen on July 20, 2015
Non-state actors have a strong counter-piracy role for the maritime sector, potentially greater than the role they play in land-based problems. They can provide direct services, or serve as the coordinators for networked structures to address collective problems.