Published in: HomeA grand bargain is needed, between Israel, Hamas and Egypt
When it comes to Gaza, an approach centered on isolation and deterrence has not led to a real stability, resulting in repeated rounds of violent confrontation between the two parties
Published in: openSecurityTaking the next step: Security Sector Reform in Libya
Can the experience of the western Balkans help Libya in its transition? Some best practice could be adapted to the local context.
Published in: openSecurityLimited military intervention in Syria: how to rescue the Responsibility to Protect doctrine from permanent demise
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 As the violence within Syria continues, causing massive civilian suffering and threatening stability in the region, the international community must get involved. A 'R2P intervention' presents a reasonable chance of success, while also promising to rescue the R2P norm from its current state of decline.
Published in: HomeMeet the ‘new’ Hamas: strategic shift or temporary deviation from a violent path?
Contrary to the widespread assumption that the recent ‘nonviolent turn’ would be a new and unprecedented development in the evolution of Hamas, the history of the group reveals a constant internal tension along this political-military line