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Customary Practice and Restorative Justice in Libya: A Hybrid Approach

Categories: Arab,Conflict Resolution,Democracy/Peace,Libya

http://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/SR374-Customary-Practice-and-Restorative-Justice-in-Libya-A-Hybrid-Approach.pdf

Since the fall of Muammar Gadhafi, Libya has become more violent.  This report examines the role of customary law and the potential of restorative justice in a transitional setting between chaos and democracy.  From the United States Institute of Peace

 

Enduring Leadership in a Dynamic World: Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review 2015

Categories: Climate Change,Democracy/Peace,Foreign Affairs,Terrorism

http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/241429.pdf

Provides a blueprint for promoting America’s interests in economic development, global security, and human rights as the backbone of American foreign policy.  Also outlines four global policy priorities: supporting democracy, opposing violent extremism, advancing inclusive economic growth, and adapting to climate change.  From the State Department

 

Libyan Television and Its Influence on the Security Sector

Categories: Africa,Conflict Resolution,Democracy/Peace,Libya,Religion/Ethics

http://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/SR364-The-Role-of-Media-in-Shaping-Libya%E2%80%99s-Security-Sector-Narratives.pdf

Examines the extent to which polarization in the media reinforces polarization in the security sector in Libya.  From the United States Institute of Peace

 

Myanmar: Anatomy of a Political Transition

Categories: Asia,Democracy/Peace

http://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/SR369-Myanmar-Anatomy-of-a-Political-Transition.pdf

Examines elements of the transition of Myanmar from authoritarian to more democratic rule and whether this experience offers guidance for future democratic transitions elsewhere.  From the United States Institute of Peace

 

Understanding Afghanistan’s 2014 Presidential Election: The Limits to Democracy in a Limited Access Order

Categories: Afghanistan,Democracy/Peace,Elections/Campaigns

http://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/SR370-Understanding-Afghanistan%E2%80%99s-2014-Presidential-Election.pdf

Explores the limits of what can be expected from elections in a strife-torn country and how elections may even prove destabilizing.   From the United States Institute of Peace

 

 

Political Parties in Afghanistan

Categories: Afghanistan,Conflict Resolution,Democracy/Peace

http://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/SR362-Political-Parties-in-Afghanistan.pdf

Assesses the contribution of political parties to date in the Afghan transition toward democracy.  From the United States Institute of Peace

 

Neutrality in Afghanistan’s Foreign Policy

Categories: Afghanistan,Conflict Resolution,Democracy/Peace,History

http://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/SR360-Neutrality-in-Afghanistan%27s-Foreign-Policy.pdf

The withdrawal of U.S. military forces from Afghanistan makes the country an area of competition for influence from neighboring countries.  This report examines the history of Afghanistan’s neutrality as a first step toward diplomatic solutions for conflict in the country.  From the United States Institute of Peace

 

Talking with the Taliban: Should the Afghan Constitution be a Point of Negotiation?

Categories: Afghanistan,Conflict Resolution,Democracy/Peace

http://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/SR356-Talking-with-the-Taliban-Should-the-Afghan-Constitution-Be-a-Point-of-Negotiation.pdf

Seeks to examine various ways the Afghan negotiators could work toward a conflict settlement without sacrificing core principles of the constitution.  Compares the Afghan Constitution with the 2005 Taliban Order of the Islamic Emirate.  From the United States Institute of Peace

 

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