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Lebanon at a Tripwire,  Middle East Briefing N°20   |  21 Dec 2006

Lebanon has badly lost its balance and is at risk of new collapse, moving ever closer to explosive Sunni-Shiite polarisation with a divided, debilitated Christian community in between.

Kosovo's Status: Difficult Months Ahead,  Europe Briefing N°45   |  20 Dec 2006

There is growing concern that the short postponement UN Special Envoy Martti Ahtisaari announced in November 2006 for presentation of his Kosovo final status proposals to take account of Serbia’s 21 January elections may not be the last delay in a process that now could extend into the second half of 2007.

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After Baker-Hamilton: What to Do in Iraq,  Middle East Report N°60   |  19 Dec 2006

Slowly, incrementally, the realisation that a new strategy is needed for Iraq finally is dawning on U.S. policy-makers.

Nepal’s Peace Agreement: Making it Work,  Asia Report N°126   |  15 Dec 2006

Nepal’s government and Maoist rebels have signed a comprehensive peace agreement (CPA) declaring an end to the ten-year civil war, paving the way for inclusion of the rebels in mainstream politics and June 2007 elections to an assembly that is to write a new constitution.

Pakistan’s Tribal Areas: Appeasing the Militants,  Asia Report N°125   |  11 Dec 2006

Taliban and other foreign militants, including al-Qaeda sympathisers, have sheltered since 2001 in Pakistan’s Pashtun-majority Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), seven administrative districts bordering on south eastern Afghanistan.

Myanmar: New Threats to Humanitarian Aid,  Asia Briefing N°58   |  8 Dec 2006

The delivery of humanitarian assistance in Burma/Myanmar is facing new threats. After a period in which humanitarian space expanded, aid agencies have come under renewed pressure, most seriously from the military government but also from pro-democracy activists overseas who seek to curtail or control assistance programs.

Burundi: Democracy and Peace at Risk,  Africa Report N°120   |  30 Nov 2006

Since the new, democratically elected government came to power in September 2005, the first since 1993, there has been marked deterioration in Burundi’s political climate. Led by the National Council for the Defense of Democracy-Forces for the Defense of Democracy (CNDD-FDD), the government has arrested critics, moved to muzzle the press, committed human rights abuses and tightened its control over the economy.

Aceh’s Local Elections: The Role of the Free Aceh Movement (GAM),  Asia Briefing N°57   |  29 Nov 2006

On 11 December 2006 local elections will take place in Aceh, the once war-torn region of Indonesia where ex-guerrillas are now running for office.

Sri Lanka: The Failure of the Peace Process,  Asia Report N°124   |  28 Nov 2006

After four years of relative peace, Sri Lanka has again plunged into military conflict between the government and the separatist Tamil group, the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).

Georgia's Armenian and Azeri Minorities,  Europe Report N°178   |  22 Nov 2006

Georgia is a multinational state, building democratic institutions and forging a civic identity. However, it has made little progress towards integrating Armenian and Azeri minorities, who constitute over 12 per cent of the population.

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