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Quick Guide to Ceasefire Arrangements

Quick Guide to Ceasefire Arrangements Citation: Download the paper. Summary: This rapid reaction paper is the result of a survey of ceasefire provisions in 266 ceasefire agreements listed on the Peace Agreement Access Tool (PA-X) database. The note includes core aspects to be included in a ceasefire agreement intended as a quick reference for policy-makers, […]

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The Southern Transitional Council: Implications on Yemen’s Peace Process

The Southern Transitional Council: Implications on Yemen’s Peace Process Forster, R (August 2017) Citation:  Download the journal article. Abstract: This paper addresses the emergence of the Southern Transitional Council (STC) in Southern Yemen and assesses how to understand its significance in the current attempt to end the conflict. Providing background and an analysis of the […]

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Toward a Comprehensive Solution? Yemen’s Two-Year Peace Process

Toward a Comprehensive Solution? Yemen’s Two-Year Peace Process Forster, R. (2017) Citation: Download the journal article. Abstract: After almost two years of fighting, the Yemeni peace process struggles to proceed beyond the pre-negotiation stage due to the parameters of UN Security Council Resolution 2216 (2015).  This article argues that, operating in the shadow of the ongoing […]

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Political Parties and International Interventions: The GCC Initiative and the JMP

Political Parties and International Interventions:  The GCC Initiative and the JMP Forster, R. January 2016, CASAW Political Parties of the Modern Middle East Conference, University of Manchester Keywords: Peace Processes Return to Multimedia Forum.

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Security and Inclusivity in Peace Agreements: Introducing the New Peace Agreement Dataset

Security and Inclusivity in Peace Agreements: Introducing the New Peace Agreement Dataset Bell, C., Badanjak S. and Forster, R., 24 June 2017, EPSA Annual Conference in Milan, Italy             Return to Multimedia Forum.

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Egypt Case Study

Egypt Case Study Forster, R. (April 2017) Policy points: • The Egypt case highlights the tensions that can arise when using constitutional reform as the primary conflict resolution mechanism. • Although initial elections were free and fair, attempts at marginalizing political opponents via scapegoating and censorship became the norm as questions of identity emerged during […]

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