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1 Conflict and Community: Panel-led Workshop 2 Mobilising the wide-ranging expertise of the speakers, this workshop explored questions of narrative, community and the special commemorative needs that arise in the wake of civil war and terrorism. Rachel Seiffert, Lyndsey Stonebridge, Harvey Whitehouse, Helen Small 24 Nov 2017
2 Philippe Sands speaks to Kate McLoughlin Philippe Sands, QC, international human rights lawyer and author of East West Street, talks to Kate McLoughlin about the law-court as a place of commemoration and what he came to understand outside the city of Lviv. Philippe Sands, Kate McLoughlin 21 Nov 2017
3 Soft War: The Ethics on Unarmed Conflict Soft war tactics, including cyber-warfare and economic sanctions, propaganda and non-violent resistance are of increasing importance but largely unexplored in just war theory. This talk illuminates this neglected aspect of international conflict. Michael L. Gross 26 Oct 2017
4 The End of Peace and Optimism: Assessing the Changing Character of War A 'deliberately provocative' assessment of contemporary conflict. Rob Johnson 16 Oct 2017
5 Creative Commons Veteran Dialogue and the Future of War A panel discussion that looks at the dialogue between civilians and military in times of conflict. Cheyney Ryan 07 Jul 2017
6 Technology and the Rise of Boundless Warfare Professor David Galbreath gives a talk for the Changing Character of War seminar series. David Galbreath 05 Apr 2017
7 Social Pluralism Religious Cleansing and Hybrid Warfare in Syria Since the ‘Arab Spring’ uprising of 2011, the United States and a network of European and regional Sunni allies have applied instruments of coercion against Syria that collectively take on the character of ‘hybrid warfare’. John Eibner 05 Apr 2017
8 The Conflict in Libya Lydia Sizer (Libya Analyst MENAS), Mary Fitzgerald (Journalist and Author) and John Hamilton (Cross Border Information) discuss the conflict in Libya on 27th January 2017. Lydia Sizer, Mary Fitzgerald, John Hamilton 01 Feb 2017
9 What we are missing about the Missing; searching for the disappeared victims of armed conflict One of the aspects of the changing character of war is an increased awareness of and attention to those who go missing due to armed conflict. Derek Congram 05 Dec 2016
10 Strategy Evolves from apes to Artificial Intelligence Kenneth Payne explores the evolutionary basis of strategic behaviour, and assesses the impact of non-biological intelligence on the future of warfare. From chimpanzees to computers, via a dose of Clausewitz: hopefully something for everyone. Kenneth Payne 05 Dec 2016
11 Creative Commons On Criminal Strategy Do criminal groups use 'strategy'? Are crime wars really wars? This talk will reveal criminal groups using force and other means to determine political outcomes to suit their own agendas and competing with states in a common 'market for government'. James Cockayne 14 Oct 2016
12 Masters of the Seas: Naval Power and the First World War Sir Hew Strachan delivers the first Rothermere American Institute Lecture at the annual Chalke Valley History Festival on 29 June 2016. Hew Strachan 12 Sep 2016
13 Environment, Energy and Economics and the Structure of our Geo-Political Future Steven Jermy gives a talk for the Changing Character of War Programme seminar series. Steven Jermy 08 Jul 2016
14 Clan and Conflict: The Intersection between State Violence and Societal Violence in Somalia Mohamed Haji Ingiriis gives a talk for the Changing Character of War Programme seminar series. Mohamed Haji Ingiriis 08 Jul 2016
15 Creative Commons Children and War: Victims, Villains, and the United Nations Discussing the issues involved in using children in conflict, assesses the changing characteristics of security and war, and explains the complex international system and interwoven constraints and opportunities on government policy in this field. Robert Jackson 06 Jul 2016
16 Strategy and War in the Modern Age: CCW Annual Lecture 2016 Professor Jeremy Black from the University of Exeter delivers the CCW Annual Lecture on the theme of "Strategy and War in the Modern Age". Jeremy Black 06 Jul 2016
17 Creative Commons Mare Liberum and Mare Clausum: Maritime sovereignty, emerging countries and war Rodrigo Fracalossi de Moraes gives a talk for the Changing Character of War programme seminar series. Rodrigo Fracalossi de Moraes 06 Jul 2016
18 Creative Commons Responsibility to Protect on its Tenth Anniversary: Point of Collapse or Resurgence? Joanne Neenan gives a talk for the Changing Character of War Programme seminar series. Joanne Neenan 06 Jul 2016
19 Creative Commons Strategy and Democracy Sir Hew Strachan gives a valedictory lecture for the Changing Character of War upon stepping down as Chichele Professor of the History of War. Hew Strachan 06 Jul 2016
20 Creative Commons The Utility of Force in Cities: Calibrating Security and Development Tools for Urban Stability Rapid and unmanaged urbanisation is leading to protracted armed violence in key cities of the developing world. This seminar analyses the conduct of recent stabilisation operations within large and mega-cities. Antonio Sampaio 06 Jul 2016
21 Creative Commons Prisoners of the Past, Preparing for the Future: The Influence of Institutions, Experience, and Culture on Military Adaptability Jason Clark gives a talk for the Changing Character of War Programme seminar series. Jason Clark 05 Jul 2016
22 Creative Commons The Evolution of Grand Strategy in Theory and Practice Lucas Milevski gives a talk for the Changing Character of War programme seminar series. Lucas Milevski 05 Jul 2016
23 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: Reconciliation and Scale Dr Denisa Kostovicova (LSE) gives a talk in the final plenary - Conceptualizing Peace. Part of the 2016 OxPeace Conference. Denisa Kostovicova 30 Jun 2016
24 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: Measuring Peace Professor Richard Caplan (Oxford) gives a talk in the final plenary - Conceptualizing Peace. Part of the 2016 OxPeace Conference. Richard Caplan 30 Jun 2016
25 OxPeace 2016: Faith, Environment and Development: From Conflict to Cooperation Dr Shonil Bhagwat gives a talk in parallel session D - Environmental Peace and Conflict. Part of the 2016 Oxpeace conference. Shonil Bhagwat 30 Jun 2016
26 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: State Building in the midst of conflict: lessons from Syria’ on evaluating DFID’s programme for capacity-building during conflict Jon Bennett gives a talk in parallel session C - Syria: governance, conflict and peace – two practical perspectives. Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. Jon Bennett 30 Jun 2016
27 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: Talks, negotiations and efforts to end Syria’s conflict: missed opportunities? Richard Barltrop gives a talk in parallel session C - Syria: governance, conflict and peace – two practical perspectives. Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. Richard Barltrop 30 Jun 2016
28 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016:Violent Non-state Groups as Peace Spoilers: Designing A Post-conflict Strategy for Colombia Dr Annette Idler (Oxford) gives a talk for the first breakout session - Studying Conflict to Build Peace. Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. Annette Idler 30 Jun 2016
29 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: The study of war in Afghanistan: understanding the routes to peace in an era of 'perpetual war' Dr Robert Johnson (Oxford) gives a talk for the first breakout session - Studying Conflict to Build Peace. Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. Robert Johnson 30 Jun 2016
30 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: Conflict within Peace Studies? A Bibliometric Survey of the Field of Peace and Conflict Studies Prof John Gledhill (Oxford) gives a talk for the first plenary session -Studying Peace and Studying Conflict: Complementary or Competing Paradigms? Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. John Gledhill 30 Jun 2016
31 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: Top-down, bottom-up and the missing middle: The nature of contemporary peace Prof Roger Mac Ginty (Manchester Univ) gives a talk for the first plenary session -Studying Peace and Studying Conflict: Complementary or Competing Paradigms? Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. Roger Mac Ginty 30 Jun 2016
32 Creative Commons Women and Conflict in India Dr Sanghamitra Choudhury speaks at the launch of her book on Women and Conflict in India Sanghamitra Choudhury 06 Jun 2016
33 Creative Commons Timor-Leste, Challenges in Post-Independence: From Dream to Reality José Ramos-Horta, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and Former President of East Timor, speaks at St Antony's College. José Ramos-Horta 19 Apr 2016
34 (Mis)understanding Gender in International Criminal Law Dr Valerie Oosterveld, Associate Professor at the Centre for Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction, University of Western Ontario, gives a talk for the OTJR Seminar Series. Valerie Oosterveld 07 Dec 2015
35 Creative Commons Heritage for Peace: an NGO protecting Syrian Cultural Heritage during the Conflict Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 3: What is being done or should be done? Exploring archaeological and military heritage protection initiatives. With Dr Emma Cunliffe (Heritage for Peace). Emma Cunliffe 19 Nov 2015
36 Law Enforcement of Cultural Heritage Crime Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 3: What is being done or should be done? Exploring archaeological and military heritage protection initiatives. With Vernon Rapley (Victoria and Albert Museum). Vernon Rapley 19 Nov 2015
37 Creative Commons The Sites and Monuments Record for Syria, and the Shirin Project Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 3: What is being done or should be done? Exploring archaeological and military heritage protection initiatives. With Professor Graham Philip. Graham Phillip 19 Nov 2015
38 Creative Commons Politics with a focus on Yemen Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 2: Why is this happening? Understanding ISIL and other Islamist extremism. With Dr Noel Brehony (Chair of CBRL). Noel Brehony 19 Nov 2015
39 Creative Commons Cultural Heritage in the Islamic State’s Worldview Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 2: Why is this happening? Understanding ISIL and other Islamist extremism. With Dr Alia Brahimi (CCW; Contest Global). Alia Brahimi 19 Nov 2015
40 Creative Commons Syriac Christian communities: people, monuments and manuscripts in Syria, Turkey, and Iraq Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 1: What is happening? The significance of sites at risk, and the current situation. with Dr Sebastian Brock and Sebastien de Courtois. Sebastian Brock, Sebastien de Courtois 18 Nov 2015
41 Creative Commons When words fail. Iraq's lost heritage, and efforts to save it Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 1: What is happening? The significance of sites at risk, and the current situation. Dr Lamia al-Gailani ( UCL/SOAS). Lamia al-Gailani 18 Nov 2015
42 Creative Commons Monuments at War—the Syrian Conflict and the Changing Pattern of Destruction as Reflected in Aleppo and Palmyra Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 1: What is happening? The significance of sites at risk, and the current situation. With Dr Ross Burns. Ross Burns 18 Nov 2015
43 Creative Commons Overview of Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 1: What is happening? The significance of sites at risk, and the current situation. Robert Bewley 18 Nov 2015
44 Creative Commons Welcome and introduction Dr. Liz Carmichael (OxPeace) introduces the "Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference", held in St John's College on Saturday 31 October 2015. Liz Carmichael 18 Nov 2015
45 A Conversation on the Role of Women in Transforming Conflict in the 21st Century A panel discussion on Dr Scilla Elworthy's new book 'Pioneering the Possible: Awakened Leadership for a World That Works' and the Oxford launch of 'Rising Women Rising World.' Scilla Elworthy, Rama Mani, Richard Caplan, Kalypso Nicolaidis 16 Sep 2015
46 FMR 50 - From the Editors An introductory note on FMR 50, 'Dayton + 20: twenty years on from the Dayton Agreement in the Balkans', from the Editors. Marion Couldrey, Maurice Herson 01 Sep 2015
47 FMR 50 - Foreword: Addressing the legacy of violence The aim of creating ethnically homogeneous statelets was curbed at Dayton but the dominance of ethnic politics was not. Valentin Inzko 01 Sep 2015
48 FMR 50 - Annex 7: why are we still discussing it? Annex 7 to the Dayton Peace Agreement was designed to address the displacement of 2.2 million people during the Bosnian war of 1992-95. Its job is not yet done. María del Pilar Valledor Álvarez 01 Sep 2015
49 FMR 50 - Political and social consequences of continuing displacement in Bosnia and Herzegovina Twenty years after Dayton, failures to facilitate effective refugee and IDP return have had a social and political impact at both community and state level. Lana Pašić 01 Sep 2015
50 FMR 50 - Bosnia and Herzegovina 20 years on from Dayton The coming two-and-a-half years represent what is possibly the last window of opportunity to accomplish what the Dayton Peace Agreement’s Annex 7 set out to achieve. Andrew Mayne 01 Sep 2015
51 FMR 50 - Resolving a protracted refugee situation through a regional process Despite its shortcomings, the Regional Process in the Western Balkans offers a number of lessons for resolving protracted refugee situations. Olga Mitrovic 01 Sep 2015
52 FMR 50 - Voices in displacement “These people are as if lost in time and space.” Still displaced after 20 years, residents of collective centres in Bosnia and Herzegovina share their frustration. They need to be listened to. Claudia Meyerhoefer 01 Sep 2015
53 FMR 50 - Property rights and reconstruction in the Bosnian return process Sidelining a rights-based approach in the area of property restitution and reconstruction in Bosnia and Herzegovina resulted in an unequal impact on rural versus urban displaced populations. Inmaculada Serrano 01 Sep 2015
54 FMR 50 - Resolving protracted displacement through social housing A social housing methodology recently introduced in Bosnia and Herzegovina illustrates the need for certain key components in any strategy to address the shelter and livelihoods needs of vulnerable citizens. Marc D’Silva, Sanela Imamovic 01 Sep 2015
55 FMR 50 - Asking the right questions in research on psychosocial well-being New research is attempting to address the lack of empirical grounding for much of the psychosocial programming in post-war trauma in the Western Balkans. Selma Porobic 01 Sep 2015
56 FMR 50 - Wartime division in peacetime schools An ethnically divided educational system in Bosnia and Herzegovina continues to limit the sustainable return of those displaced by the war, and to hamper reconciliation and the reconstruction of society. Valery Perry 01 Sep 2015
57 FMR 50 - Their last name is ‘refugee’: return and local activism Sustainable refugee return can only take place in Bosnia and Herzegovina when ordinary people and human rights activists are included as full participants in the recovery process. Peter Lippman 01 Sep 2015
58 FMR 50 - Human rights shortcomings of the Dayton Peace Agreement When a peace agreement guarantees the rights of certain groups but not all, limitations to the enjoyment of human rights are inevitable. LIsbeth Pilegaard, Jasminka Dzumhur 01 Sep 2015
59 FMR 50 - If women are left out of peace talks The exclusion of women from the process of making peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina has diminished the prospects for sustainable peace. When will we learn that no peace can be sustainable and just without the active and meaningful participation of women? Gorana Mlinarević, Nela Porobić Isaković, Madeleine Rees 01 Sep 2015
60 FMR 50 - Interpretations of Annex 7: assessing the impact on non-returnees in the UK Emphasising the crucial role of refugee returns to the future of Bosnia and Herzegovina risks minimising the agency of those who choose not to exercise their rights under Annex 7. Gayle Munro 01 Sep 2015
61 FMR 50 - The role of remote voting in encouraging return Once there is a genuine possibility of going home, what influences a forced migrant’s decision to return to a pre-conflict residence, often in the face of very difficult conditions? What role can remote voting play? Djordje Stefanovic, Neophytos Loizides 01 Sep 2015
62 FMR 50 - Home after Dayton: IDPs in Sarajevo The experiences of displaced people in Sarajevo show that living in a place that people perceive to be safe and to provide opportunities can be more desirable than returning to one’s place of origin. Participatory urban projects can help foster community. Gruia Badescu 01 Sep 2015
63 FMR 50 - The compound effects of conflict and disaster displacement in Bosnia and Herzegovina Some IDPs living in protracted displacement in Bosnia and Herzegovina, such as many Roma IDPs, were especially vulnerable to the effects of the May 2014 flooding and landslides. Wesli H Turner 01 Sep 2015
64 FMR 50 - Prijedor: re-imagining the future Public memorialisation in Bosnia and Herzegovina today is an act of remembering not just those who died in the conflict but also the multi-ethnic reality of earlier times. Articulation of this, however, is being obstructed in cities like Prijedor. Damir Mitrić, Sudbin Musić 01 Sep 2015
65 FMR 50 - Mass evacuations: learning from the past Twenty years after the evacuations from the Bosnian ‘safe areas’, humanitarians continue to struggle with dilemmas around humanitarian evacuations. Caelin Briggs 01 Sep 2015
66 FMR 50 - Bosnia revisited: a retrospective on the legacy of the conflict It is instructive to review the legacy the conflict in Bosnia and the post-war settlement in order to appreciate how this conflict set the stage for major institutional developments in the field of humanitarian protection. Brad K Blitz 01 Sep 2015
67 Creative Commons 'The Resurgence of Identity Politics' Session 2: The Devoted Actor: Pancultural Foundations of Intractable Conflict The launch of the tenth edition of St Antony’s International Review includes panels and presentations on the theme of the resurgence of identity politics. Scott Atran, Kalypso Nicolaidis 01 Sep 2015
68 Creative Commons 'The Resurgence of Identity Politics' Session 1: Nationalism, Ethnic Conflict and New Political Identities The launch of the tenth edition of St Antony’s International Review includes panels and presentations on the theme of the resurgence of identity politics. Aurelien Mondon, Jonathan Leader Maynard, Alexander Betts, Katharine Brooks 01 Sep 2015
69 Creative Commons OxPeace 2015: Closing Remarks Dr Liz Carmichael closes the 2015 OxPeace Conference. Liz Carmichael 16 Jun 2015
70 Creative Commons OxPeace 2015: Key concerns in peace and security: building more peaceful and inclusive societies Sunil Suri gives a talk for Session C of the 2015 OxPeace conference; Peace and the proposed UN Sustainable Development Goals. Sunil Suri 16 Jun 2015
71 Creative Commons Oxpeace 2015: ISIL and Islamic responses to extremism Imam Monwar Hussain give a talk for Session B of the 2015 OxPeace conference; Religion in peace and conflict: extreme war-making, didcated peacebuilding. Monawar Hussain 16 Jun 2015
72 Creative Commons Oxpeace 2015: 'A Force for Peace': The UN Secretary-General and the Cold War, 1946-1953 Ellen Jenny Ravndal gives a talk for Session A of the 2015 OxPeace conference; New directions in the study of peacebuilding. Ellen Jenny Ravndal 16 Jun 2015
73 Creative Commons Oxpeace 2015: UN Peacebuilding and the pursuit of multi-Ethnicity in Kosovo Dana Landau gives a talk for Session A of the 2015 OxPeace conference; New directions in the study of peacebuilding. Dana Landau 16 Jun 2015
74 Creative Commons OxPeace 2015: UN Protection of Civilians, with special emphasis on South Sudan Hilde Johnson gives a talk at OxPeace 2015 Conference, held at St John's College on 10th May 2015. Hilde Johnson 16 Jun 2015
75 Creative Commons OxPeace 2015: Opening Plenary Peace and the UN at 70 Edward Mortimer CMG gives the opening talk for the OxPeace 2015 conference, held at St John's College on 10th May 2015. Edward Mortimer 16 Jun 2015
76 Quo Vadis Ukraine: The Conflict and Beyond Panel discussion of the Ukraine reviewing the current situation, exploring the context of the conflict which broke out in 2014, assessing its impact on Europe, and identifying what the international community can learn and how it should respond. Lord Patten of Barnes, Jutta Edthofer, Gwendolyn Sasse, Michael Bociurkiw 28 Apr 2015
77 Creative Commons Protecting Schools in Conflict: Developing International Guidelines Professor Stephen Haines, University of Greenwich - 29 January 2015 Stephen Haines 10 Apr 2015
78 Children, War, Insecurity and Conflict - Lecture 1 Dr Navi Pillay, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights 2008-2014 gives the first Green Templeton College Lecture in 2015 on war and human rights. Navi Pillay 27 Mar 2015
79 Creative Commons Collective Memory and Conflict Representation: War and Peace in Colombian Museums This paper studies some Colombian museums that are reflecting upon war. Andrés Pardo Rodriguez 30 Sep 2014
80 Migration and revolution (The Arab Uprisings – Part 3) Part 3 of 3 of a series of podcasts from the special workshop 'The Arab Uprisings: Displacement and Migration', held at the Oxford Department of International Development on 16 May 2014 Nando Sigona, Nicholas Van Hear, Philip Marfleet, Marta Bellingreri 14 Aug 2014
81 Creative Commons Migration, transnationalism and social change (The Arab Uprisings – Part 2) Part 2 of 3 of a series of podcasts from the special workshop 'The Arab Uprisings: Displacement and Migration', held at the Oxford Department of International Development on 16 May 2014 Oliver Bakewell, Helene Thiollet, Nadia Bouras, Giulia Breda 14 Aug 2014
82 Creative Commons Closing Myanmar's Pandora Box: resolving the Buddhist-Muslim Conflict Public lecture and discussion organised by the Middle East and Asian Studies Centres, St Antony's College, in collaboration with Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies and the Sultan Omar 'Ali Saifuddien Centre for Islamic Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam Matthew Walton, Tariq Ramadan 20 Jun 2014
83 Creative Commons Conflicts and Post-Conflicts Dynamics (DRC and Rwanda): Occult Beliefs versus Modern Politics, Truth versus Justice and Justice versus Peace Alex Ntung provides insight into the significance of occult beliefs in the construction of modern political ideologies Alex Ntung, Kalypso Nicolaidis 11 Jun 2014
84 Creative Commons FMR 46 Continuing conflict, continuing displacement in southern Afghanistan With fighting and insecurity likely to remain dominant features of Afghanistan’s landscape in the immediate future, displacement will continue to ebb and flow. Rahmatullah Amiri 11 Jun 2014
85 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 4 Dr Rami Mani gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace Rami Mani 02 Jun 2014
86 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 3 Chipo Chung gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace Chipo Chung 02 Jun 2014
87 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 1 William Kelly gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace William Kelly 02 Jun 2014
88 OxPeace 2014: Session 1b: Asymmetric warfare and civil war: Is reconciliation easier with a foreign enemy than inside the nation? Professor Uros Svete gives a talk for the 2014 OxPeace conference session 1b; Inclusive peace, reconciliation and justice in the Western Balkans Uros Svete 02 Jun 2014
89 OxPeace 2014: Session 1a: Challenges and Opportunities for women as peace-builders in Myanmar's transistion Dr Ma Khin Mar Mar Kyi gives a talk for the 2014 OxPeace conference, session 1a; 'The more things change, the more they stay the same: Challenges to peace in a transtioning Myanmar Ma Khin Mar Mar Kyi 02 Jun 2014
90 OxPeace 2014: Opening Plenary Part 3 Dr. Heather Jones gives a talk for the opening plenary to the OxPeace 2014 Conference; New Wars? No Wars? Peacingmaking in new contexts. Heather Jones 02 Jun 2014
91 OxPeace 2014: Opening Plenary Part 2 Professor Sir Hew Strachan gives a talk for the opening plenary to the OxPeace 2014 Conference; New Wars? No Wars? Peacingmaking in new contexts Sir Hew Strachen 02 Jun 2014
92 Creative Commons Pluralism and Human Rights The 2014 Isaiah Berlin lecture was given by highly respected philosopher and crossbench peer, Baroness Onora O’Neill. The Lecture was introduced by the President of Wolfson College, Dame Hermione Lee. Onora O'Neill 28 May 2014
93 Creative Commons Current Progress in Afghanistan Brigadier Jones evaluates the current state of progress in Afghanistan, focussing in particular on summer 2013. He also discusses the extent to which achievements are reflected in the media narrative. Rupert Jones 12 May 2014
94 Creative Commons FMR 45 Internal displacement in Kenya: the quest for durable solutions Internal displacement in Kenya has been a challenge since the colonial era but only recently has a legal framework been developed to address IDP protection issues. Lucy Kiama, Fredrick Koome 07 Apr 2014
95 Creative Commons FMR 45 Populations ‘trapped’ at times of crisis A focus on those who are trapped challenges both theoretical and practical approaches to mobility and crisis, which prioritise movement. Richard Black, Michael Collyer 07 Apr 2014
96 Creative Commons FMR 45 Non-citizens caught up in situations of conflict, violence and disaster When non-citizens are caught up in humanitarian crises, they can be as vulnerable to displacement, and suffer its consequences as acutely, as citizens. Khalid Koser 07 Apr 2014
97 Creative Commons Post-COIN : The Future of Conventional Warfare Lt Col Alexandre Vautravers, Associate Professor at Webster University looks at the future of armed conflict and the role of conventional forces, post-COIN. Alexandre Vautravers 01 Apr 2014
98 Creative Commons Planning Future War The Director of CCW outlines the future of armed conflict and how we should be preparing for it. Rob Johnson 01 Apr 2014
99 Creative Commons The better angels of our nature: A history of violence and humanity Steven Pinker gives a compelling account of the unacknowledged worldwide decline of violence in the 2014 Haldane Lecture Steven Pinker 06 Mar 2014
100 Creative Commons Thoughts Towards a History of ICT4D - And Its Future Role David Souter uses the history and development of ICT4D as a framework to critique ICT4D approaches and consider the relevance of ICTs and ICT4D to the post-2015 development agenda. David Souter 27 Feb 2014