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A Force in Fragments: Reconstituting the Afghan National Army
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Argues that the Afghan National Army is a fragmented force, serving disparate interests, and far from attaining the unified national character needed to confront numerous security threats. There is a ...

Abkhazia: Deepening Dependence
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Discusses how the historically coveted region of Abkhazia has become even more dependent on Moscow since Russia's controversial recognition a year and a half ago. Suggests it will take constructive, c...

Afghanistan: Exit vs Engagement
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Explains that as U.S. military operations in Afghanistan are entering their tenth year, policymakers in Washington are looking for a way out. Suggests that U.S. forces will try to pummel the Taliban t...

Azerbaijan: Vulnerable Stability
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Discusses how continued backsliding on human rights, including politically motivated arrests and the persecution of government opponents, casts a shadow over Azerbaijan's relations with important alli...

Bridging Thailand's Deep Divide
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Argues that Thailand needs to think deeply about much broader political reforms of its system of government, including the role of the monarch and military. Wealth needs to be shared, justice delivere...

Burundi: Ensuring Credible Elections
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Discusses how Burundi has made much progress in leaving its civil war behind, but tensions are rising ahead of elections. Warns they could escalate dangerously in coming months, ruining the electoral ...

Cameroon: Fragile State?
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Argues that Cameroon's apparent stability in a turbulent region cannot be taken for granted. The co-option of elites through the distribution of state largesse, and the emigration of many educated you...

Cameroon: The Dangers of a Fracturing Regime
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Explains that in the medium term, Cameroon faces numerous challenges to improve management of public resources, an issue which lies at the heart of its problems. But in the shorter term, urgent action...

China's Myanmar Strategy: Elections, Ethnic Politics and Economics
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Discusses how Myanmar's 2010 elections present challenges and opportunities for China's relationship with its southwestern neighbor. Despite widespread international opinion that elections will be nei...

Colombia: President Santos's Conflict Resolution Opportunity
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Argues that Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, who was elected with the largest majority in history, should use his political capital to implement a more integrated conflict resolution strategy t...

Congo: A Stalled Democratic Agenda
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Explains that the consolidation of democracy in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is stalled on almost all fronts, and the Congolese regime remains fragile. Suggests that the Congo's internationa...

Congo: No Stability in Kivu despite Rapprochement with Rwanda
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Warns that the plan to resolve the conflict in the Kivu by emphasizing a military solution is failing. Suggests that a strategy based on secret presidential commitments will not bring peace to the Kiv...

Drums of War: Israel and the "Axis of Resistance"
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Suggests that nobody should be under the illusion that solving Ghajar, beefing up the UN's role or even finding new, creative means of communication between Israel, Syria and, indirectly, Hizbollah, w...

Eritrea: The Siege State
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...To avoid a fresh crisis in the Horn of Africa, the international community and the Eritreans alike will need to demonstrate a new level of imagination and flexibility. It is vital that the internation...

Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina -- A Parallel Crisis
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Warns that Bosnia, which was wracked by three and a half years of war in the 1990s, may well slide toward new political and economic ungovernability. Figures, Appendixes, References....

Guatemala: Squeezed between Crime and Impunity
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Makes recommendations for how Guatemalans and their international counterparts need to act if violent crime is to be curbed in that nation. Figures, References....

Guinea: Reforming the Army
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Warns that after decades of bad governance and misuse, the armed forces are a potential source of instability, which could still throw Guinea and the region into chaos. Figures, Appendixes, References...

Haiti: Stabilisation and Reconstruction after the Quake
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Argues that now is the moment to lift Haiti from under the dust and rubble and transform it into a less vulnerable and more equitable nation. The opportunity must not be lost. Figures, Appendixes, Ref...

Haiti: The Stakes of the Post-Quake Elections
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Argues that if the electoral process is to be as transparent, non-violent and widely participated in as it needs to be, the Haitian government must meet a higher standard than ever before, and the UN,...

Illicit Arms in Indonesia
von International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group 2010.

...Explains that there are four main sources of illegal guns in Indonesia. They can be stolen or illegally purchased from security forces, taken from leftover stockpiles in former conflict areas, manufac...

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