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Corruption in the Northern Triangle: The siren song of crime

Conflict and Fragility • Publications • July 15, 2014

Illicit networks combining crime, politics and business have extended their influence across Central America since the end of the region's civil wars.

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Conflict, security and emerging threats

Conflict and Fragility • Publications • July 07, 2014

The trends towards extreme fragmentation amongst armed groups, as well as the growing transnational linkages to conflict, pose new and as yet unresolved challenges for the international community.

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Prolonging the agony of UNMISS

Conflict and Fragility • Publications • July 01, 2014

The implementation challenges of a new mandate during a civil war.

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Review of the UN Global Focal Point: Police, Justice & Corrections

Conflict and Fragility • Publications • June 12, 2014

This report presents the results of an independent review of the progress that the United Nations (UN) Global Focal Point on Police, Justice and Corrections (GFP) has made since January 2012.

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Tackling Transnational Organised Crime: approaches and impacts

Conflict and Fragility • Publications • June 10, 2014

A broad range of approaches and intervention strategies in different countries and contexts have been applied to tackle the spread of Transnational Organised Crime (TOC). To understand these better, this policy paper identifies six, inter-related and overlapping theories of change that guide the majority of programmes focused on TOC.

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The Conflict Research Unit (CRU) conducts research on the nexus between security and development with a special focus on integrated/ comprehensive approaches on conflict prevention, stabilisation and reconstruction in fragile and conflict-affected situations. The CRU focuses on the following research topics:

Crisis and Conflict Analysis
Governance
Security and Justice
Economic development
Policy debates

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Corruption in the Northern Triangle: The siren song of crime

15/07/2014 • Opinion

Illicit networks combining crime, politics and business have extended their influence across Central America since the end of the region's civil wars.

Read more

Conflict, security and emerging threats

07/07/2014 • Reports and papers

The trends towards extreme fragmentation amongst armed groups, as well as the growing transnational linkages to conflict, pose new and as yet unresolved challenges for the international community.

Read more

Prolonging the agony of UNMISS

01/07/2014 • Reports and papers

The implementation challenges of a new mandate during a civil war.

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Hoe is Irak in deze complexe chaos beland?

21/06/2014 • Opinion

Vanuit het perspectief van de Syrische burgeroorlog valt veel te zeggen over de situatie in Irak. Op basis van lopend onderzoek van de Conflict Research Unit gaat Erwin van Veen in gesprek met Lex Bohlmeijer van de Correspondent.

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'Local' conflicts in transnational entanglements

01/07/2014

On Tuesday 1 July, Clingendael organizes a full day event under the umbrella of the Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law on how peacekeeping can be made more fit-for-purpose in view of the transnational influences on many present-day conflicts.

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Holy war and liberal peace

16/06/2014 • Opinion

Europe's vaunted liberalism is growing hard to apply to the post-Spring Arab world.

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Review of the UN Global Focal Point: Police, Justice & Corrections

12/06/2014 • Reports and papers

This report presents the results of an independent review of the progress that the United Nations (UN) Global Focal Point on Police, Justice and Corrections (GFP) has made since January 2012.

Read more

Tackling Transnational Organised Crime: approaches and impacts

10/06/2014 • Reports and papers

A broad range of approaches and intervention strategies in different countries and contexts have been applied to tackle the spread of Transnational Organised Crime (TOC). To understand these better, this policy paper identifies six, inter-related and overlapping theories of change that guide the majority of programmes focused on TOC.

Read more

Mali: kruitvat van wapens en grieven

06/06/2014 • Opinion

De wijdverbreide georganiseerde misdaad in Mali is een van de grondoorzaken van het extremistische geweld. Eenvoudige oplossingen zijn er niet.

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The strategic prizes of EU external action

02/06/2014 • Books and articles

The external action of the European Union lacks a sense of strategic purpose. Such purpose, however, should not be sought in classic diplomacy, hard security or geopolitics.

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Crime after Jihad: illicit business in post-conflict Mali

15/05/2014 • Reports and papers

Mali has now set the course for the recovery of legitimate and accountable state authority. But huge challenges remain for UN peacekeepers and the new Malian government in dealing with the main illicit networks and the risks of destabilization they entail.

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Protesters in Tripoli

Contestation & elites: implications for security and justice

29/04/2014 • Opinion

Development is a continuous series of social contestations between and within elites and citizens about the purpose, organisation and performance of public authority necessary for societies to progress. These can be peaceful, but at the rough edge of such contestations violence, conflict, crime and ‘terror’ can replace negotiation, demonstration and civil disobedience.

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