Peace and Conflict Development

ACSS Dean Discusses Security Linkages Between Africa, Latin America at Perry Center

Africa Center's Academic Dean, Dr. Raymond Gilpin, discussed emerging security threats across the African continent and implications for regional and global stability at the Strategy Defense Policy course, organized by the William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies at the National...

Africa Center's Dean Gilpin Writes on "Peacekeeping in Africa and the Legacy of Austerity" for USIP Blog

Spending cuts and budget austerity by African governments in the 1990s and 2000s mean that African militaries and peacekeeping forces are historically inadequately resourced and poorly prepared and equipped for deployment, the Africa Center’s Academic Dean, Dr. Raymond Gilpin, wrote in May 28...

Africa’s youth bulge an opportunity, not a liability

While youth are demographically dominant on the African continent most see themselves as an excluded minority. This self-identification as a marginalized, rejected, and, in some cases, feared group, can create feelings of neglect and ridicule which, if not addressed appropriately, could be...

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Marshall Center European Security Seminar Explores Hybrid Threats, Resilience Building

By Christine June GCMC Public Affairs GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Jan. 27, 2017) – For more than two years, the West have been grappling with “hybrid warfare,” which describes and encompasses a variety of shifty means of fighting war. What exactly is hybrid warfare? What exactly...

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Marshall Center Seminar Digs into a ‘Frozen Conflict’ to Uncover Tools for Peace

By Christine June GCMC Public Affairs GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (April 28, 2017) – Dr. Natalia Albu, associate professor at the Military Academy of the Republic of Moldova, was still in high school in 1992 when war broke out in her country, and more than 25 years later, it remains a...

Security issues and regional stability in Africa: the experience of Burkina Faso in conflict mediation, prevention and management.

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Some small signs that the 'Arab Spring' is spreading into Africa

The 'Arab Spring' has largely not spread south of the Sahara, but Africans are now less willing to stand by and accept stolen elections, gross abuses of power, and flaunting of inequality. By Joseph Siegle, Guest blogger / November 7, 2011 (Taken from the Christian Science Monitor)...

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China, Russia, and the Foreign Policy of the SCO

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Libya After Qadhafi: Reshaping the Political and Security Systems

The fall of Muammar al-Qadhafi in October 2011 marked the end of the Libyan uprising, led to the close of NATO’s intervention “Operation Unified Protector” (OUP), and ushered in a delicate political transformation which failed to come to a quick and decisive end with the first round of elections...

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Deficiencies in Global Governance and Implications for Defense Education

Those contributing to international peace and stability act in an ever-changing, increasingly complex and inter-connected global environment. The international security landscape has changed considerably during the last twenty years, with important power shifts in international affairs, an...

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