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Indonesia: The Deepening Impasse in Papua,  Asia Briefing Nº108   |  3 Aug 2010

The Indonesian government needs urgently to address discontent in Papua, its easternmost region, and recognise that the root of the problem is political, not economic.

Drums of War: Israel and the "Axis of Resistance",  MENA Report Nº97   |  2 Aug 2010

The Israeli-Lebanese border is exceptionally calm and uniquely dangerous, both for the same reason: fear that a new round of hostilities would be far more violent and could spill over regionally.

Indonesia: The Dark Side of Jama’ah Ansharut Tauhid (JAT),  Asia Briefing N°107   |  6 Jul 2010

Divisions and ideological debates generated by Jama’ah Ansharut Tauhid (JAT), an organisation founded by Indonesia’s best-known radical cleric, Abu Bakar Ba’asyir, show the weakness of Indonesia’s jihadi movement.

Bridging Thailand’s Deep Divide,  Asia Report Nº192   |  5 Jul 2010

The Thai government should immediately lift the state of emergency to create conditions for national reconciliation that would allow the building of a new political consensus and the holding of peaceful elections if the country is to return to stability.


Improving Security Policy in Colombia,  Latin America Briefing N°23   |  29 Jun 2010

Colombia’s new government has to improve security policy to tackle the guerrilla tactics of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) as well as their broadened participation in drug trafficking and newly forged alliances with other illegal armed groups.


Cameroon: The Dangers of a Fracturing Regime,  Africa Report N°161   |  24 Jun 2010

Cameroon, until now a point of stability in the region, faces potential instability in the run-up to the presidential elections scheduled for late 2011.

Guatemala: Squeezed between Crime and Impunity,  Latin America Report Nº33   |  22 Jun 2010

Fourteen years after the end of its civil war, Guatemala has become a paradise for crime that is deeply entrenched in the state and society, undermines institutions and thrives on extreme levels of impunity.


South Ossetia: The Burden of Recognition,  Europe Report Nº205   |  7 Jun 2010

All parties involved in the South Ossetia conflict should work to ensure freedom of movement and other basic cooperative mechanisms without status or other political preconditions, so as to reduce the risk of instability and meet basic local needs.


Steps Towards Peace: Putting Kashmiris First,  Asia Briefing N°106   |  3 Jun 2010

Even if India and Pakistan appear willing to allow more interaction across the Line of Control (LOC) that separates the parts of Kashmir they administer, any Kashmir-based dialogue will fail if they do not put its inhabitants first.

The Myanmar Elections,  Asia Briefing N°105   |  27 May 2010

Twenty years ago today, Aung San Suu Kyi’s party swept Myanmar’s elections, but the army refused to allow the results to be implemented. Later this year Myanmar will vote again in a process certain to be seriously flawed but whose results and the constitution to be brought into force will redefine the political landscape, influencing opportunities to push for long-overdue social, economic and political reforms.
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