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Jonglei’s Tribal Conflicts: Countering Insecurity in South Sudan,  Africa Report N°154   |  23 Dec 2009

Conflicts among tribes have claimed several thousand lives in South Sudan in 2009, with the worst violence in and around the vast, often impassable state of Jonglei. Violence often afflicts pastoral communities, but in this area it has taken on a new and dangerously politicised character.

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Jonglei’s Tribal Conflicts: Countering Insecurity in South Sudan,  Africa Report N°154   |  23 Dec 2009

Conflicts among tribes have claimed several thousand lives in South Sudan in 2009, with the worst violence in and around the vast, often impassable state of Jonglei. Violence often afflicts pastoral communities, but in this area it has taken on a new and dangerously politicised character.

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The Philippines: After the Maguindanao Massacre,  Asia Briefing N°98   |  21 Dec 2009

The massacre on 23 November 2009 of 57 men and women by the private army of a warlord allied to Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo shocked the country and the world.

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Uribe's Possible Third Term and Conflict Resolution in Colombia,  Latin America Report N°31   |  18 Dec 2009

Colombia’s efforts to resolve its half-century armed conflict and growing tensions with neighbours will be shaped by the decision on whether to change the constitution to enable President Álvaro Uribe to seek a second re-election in May 2010.

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Sudan: Preventing Implosion,  Africa Briefing N°68   |  17 Dec 2009

Sudan is sliding towards violent breakup. The main mechanisms to end conflicts between the central government and the peripheries – the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), the Darfur Peace Agreement and the East Sudan Peace Agreement – all suffer from lack of implementation, largely due to the intransigence of the National Congress Party (NCP).

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Reshuffling the Cards? (II): Syria's New Hand,  Middle East Report N°93   |  16 Dec 2009

Syria typically, and at times justifiably, brings to mind stagnation and immobility. Yet, over recent years, change has been afoot.

Central Asia: Islamists in Prison,  Asia Briefing N°97   |  15 Dec 2009

The number of Islamists in Kyrgyz and Kazakh prisons is small but growing, in both size and political significance.

Reshuffling the Cards? (I): Syria's Evolving Strategy,  Middle East Report N°92   |  14 Dec 2009

Syria’s foreign policy sits atop a mountain of apparent contradictions that have long bedevilled outsiders.

Bangladesh: Getting Police Reform on Track,  Asia Report N°182   |  11 Dec 2009

After decades of misuse and neglect, Bangladesh’s police are a source of instability and fear rather than a key component of a democratic society.

Southern Thailand: Moving towards Political Solutions?,  Asia Report N°181   |  8 Dec 2009

On taking office, Thai Prime Min­­ister Abhisit Vejjajiva pledged to reclaim policy on the southern insurgency from the military.

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