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After Arafat? Challenges and Prospects,  Middle East Briefing N°16   |  23 Dec 2004

In the weeks since Yasir Arafat's death on 11 November 2004, the Palestinian leadership has undergone a surprisingly smooth and orderly transition. Israeli-Palestinian as well as Palestinian-Arab and Arab-Israeli relations are witnessing levels of cooperation and coordination not seen in years.

What Can the U.S. Do in Iraq?,  Middle East Report N°34   |  22 Dec 2004

In Iraq, the U.S. is engaged in a war it already may have lost while losing sight of a struggle in which it still may have time to prevail.

Somalia: Continuation of War by Other Means?,  Africa Report N°88   |  21 Dec 2004

The declaration, in Kenya, of a Transitional Federal Government (TFG) in October 2004 was heralded as a breakthrough in Somalia’s protracted crisis of statelessness and civil strife. But the peace process has gone largely downhill since then.

Indonesia: Rethinking Internal Security Strategy,  Asia Report N°90   |  20 Dec 2004

A major challenge facing Indonesia's new president, Soesilo Bambang Yudhoyono, is reform of the internal security sector.

Back to the Brink in the Congo,  Africa Briefing N°21   |  17 Dec 2004

Both wars that devastated the Congo (Democratic Republic) in the past decade and led to some 3.8 million deaths began when Rwandan troops crossed the border into that giant country's unstable eastern region, the Kivus. History may be repeating itself in recent weeks as a Rwandan incursion stirs fears of a third catastrophe, but the situation can still be saved.

Myanmar: Update on HIV/AIDS Policy,  Asia Briefing N°34   |  16 Dec 2004

Myanmar's military government has acknowledged its serious HIV/AIDS problem in the two years since Crisis Group published a briefing paper.

Korea Backgrounder: How the South Views its Brother from Another Planet,  Asia Report N°89   |  14 Dec 2004

A strong majority of South Koreans agree on the need to engage North Korea but there is no consensus on the most effective means.

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Elections in Burundi: The Peace Wager,  Africa Briefing N°20   |  9 Dec 2004

Although the deadlines for the political transition in Burundi set by the Arusha Agreement have not been respected, the move toward holding elections, the most important step in the Burundian peace process, is currently underway.

Liberia and Sierra Leone: Rebuilding Failed States,  Africa Report N°87   |  8 Dec 2004

The interventions in Liberia and Sierra Leone are failing to produce states that will be stable and capable of exercising the full range of sovereign responsibilities on behalf of their long-suffering populations.

Liberia and Sierra Leone: Rebuilding Failed States,  Africa Report N°87   |  8 Dec 2004

The interventions in Liberia and Sierra Leone are failing to produce states that will be stable and capable of exercising the full range of sovereign responsibilities on behalf of their long-suffering populations.

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