Conflict Management

Conflict Management


  1. Ambramowitz, Michael & Natsios, Andrew S., “Sudan’s Secession Crisis: Can the South Part from the North without War?”, Foreign Affairs, vol.90, no.1 (January/February 2009)
  2. Armatta, Judith, “Twinlight of Impunity: The War Crimes Trial of Slobodan Milicsevic”, Duke University Press, 2010
  3. Beck, Peter, “The Future of the Falkand Islands: A Solution Made in Hong Kong?”, International Affairs, vol.61, no.4 (Autumn 1985), pp.643-660, available in pdf at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/store/10.1111/(ISSN)1468-2346/asset/homepages/Vol._59.3_pp._459-464.pdf?v=1&s=8419580a352bebe91369964e28c993a85a2f4a2e
  4. Ben-Meir, Alon, “Israel and the Arab Peace Initiative”, Journal of Peace, Conflict and Developent, no.14 (July 2009), availabe in pdf at http://www.peacestudiesjournal.org.uk/dl/Issue%2014%20Article%2016%20revised%20copy%20after%20second%20review1.pdf
  5. Bercovitch, Jacob, “Understanding Mediation’s Role in Preventive Diplomacy”, Negotiation Journal, vol.12, no.3 (July 1996), pp.241-258
  6. Bieber, Florian & Daskalovski, Zidas, “Understanding the War in Kosovo”, Frank Cass Publishers, 2003
  7. Byman, Daniel, “How to Handle Hamas: The Perils of Ignoring Gaza’s Leadership”, Foreign Affairs, vol.89, no.5 (September/October 2010), pp.45-62
  8. Calvert, Peter, “Sovereignty and the Falklands Crisis”, International Affairs, vol.59, no.3 (Summer 1983), pp.405-413, available in pdf at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/store/10.1111/(ISSN)1468-2346/asset/homepages/Vol._59.3_pp._405-413.pdf?v=1&s=172d802b207146fc6a5aae6b14e0bdb175265106
  9. Caplan, Richard, “International Diplomacy and the Crisis in Kosovo”, International Affairs, vol.74, no.4 (October 1998), pp.745-761
  10. Cataldi, Rebecca, “Clash of Perceptions: Hostility Perception and the US-Muslim World Relationship”, Peace, Conflict & Development, Special Issue: Approaches to Peace and Conflict, What is Missing? (February 2012), available in pdf at http://www.peacestudiesjournal.org.uk/dl/3%20Iss%2018%20Art%209%20Final.pdf
  11.  Cobb, Sara & Rifkin, Janet, “Practice and Paradox: Deconstructing Neutrality in Mediation”, Law and Social Inquiry, vol.16, no.1 (January 1991), pp.35-6
  12. Cordell, Karl & Wolff, Stefan, “Ethnic Conflict: Causes, Consequences, and Responses”, Polity Press, 2009
  13. Corriveau, Bourque & Unruh, Jon, “Volatile Landscapes: The Impact of Explosive Remnants of War on Land Rights in Conflict Affected Countries”, Peace, Conflict & Development, Special Issue: Approaches to Peace and Conflict, What is Missing? (February 2012), available in pdf at http://www.peacestudiesjournal.org.uk/dl/2%20Iss%2018%20Art%204%20Final.pdf
  14. Crescenzi, Mark J.C & Kadera, kelly M. & Mitchell Sara McLaughin & Thyne, Clayton L., “A Supply Side Theory of Mediation”, International Studies Quarterly, vol.55, no.4 (December 2011), pp.1069-1094
  15. Danin, Robert M., “A Third Way to Palestine: Fayyadism and Its Discontents”, Foreign Affairs, vol.90, no.1 (January/February 2011), pp.109
  16. Diehl, Paul F. & Greig, Michael J., “International Mediation”, Polity Press, 2012
  17. Dodds, Klaus, “Towards Rapprochement? Anglo-Argentine Relations and the Falklands/Malvinas in the Late 1990s”, International Affairs, vol.74, no.3 (July 1998), pp.617-630, available in pdf at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/store/10.1111/(ISSN)1468-2346/asset/homepages/Vol.74.3_pp.617-630.pdf?v=1&s=b300c61aede46fdbcf50be78baf2b43d9d5f4649
  18. Druckman, Daniel & Wall, James A. Jr., “Mediation in Peacekeeping Misions”, The Journal of Conflict Resolution, vol.47, no.5 (October 2003), pp.693-705
  19. Dunnett, Denzil, “Self-Determination and the Falklands”, International Affairs, vol.59, no.3 (Summer 1983), pp.415-428, available in pdf at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/store/10.1111/(ISSN)1468-2346/asset/homepages/Vol._59.3_pp._415-428.pdf?v=1&s=fa6df11c723132f04bd81cd6576bd4a540038b5f
  20. Fitz, Patrick, “Tactical Rape as a Threat to International Security: A Norm Develops”, Journal od Conflict Transformation & Security, vol.2, no.1 (April 2012), pp.27-50
  21. Fixdal, Mona & Smith, Dan, “Humanitarian Intervention and Just War”, Mershon International Studies Review, vol.42, no.2 (November 1998), pp.283-312
  22. Fortna, Virginia P., “Does Peacekeeping Keep Peace? International Intervention and the Duration of Peace after Civil War”, International Studies Quarterly, vol.48, no.2 (June 2004), pp.269-292
  23. Freedman, Laurence, “Bridgehead Revisited: The Literature of the Falklands”, International Affairs, vol.59, no.3 (Summer 1983), pp.445-452, available in pdf at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/store/10.1111/(ISSN)1468-2346/asset/homepages/Vol._59.3_pp._445-452.pdf?v=1&s=a8100f41587f61bb4bf0a4e8a840557bb787a7f4
  24. Friedrichs, Jorg, “East Asian Regional Security”, Asian Survey, vol.52, no.4 (July/August 2012), pp.754-776
  25. German, Tracey C. “Visibly Invisible: EU Engagement in Conflict Resolution in the South Caucasus”, European Security, vol.16, no.3-4 (2007)
  26. Ghimire, Safal & Upreti, Bishnu Raj, “Corporate Engagement for Conflict Transofrmation: Conceptualizing the Business-Peace Interface”, Journal of Conflict Transformation & Security, vol.2, no.1 (April 2012), pp.77-100
  27. Giannakos, Symeon A., “Ethnic Conflict: Religion, Identity, and Politics”, Ohaio University Press, 2002
  28. Hamber, Brandon & Wilson, Richard, “Symbolic Closure through Reparation and Revenge in post-Conflict Societies”, Journal of Human Rights, vol.1, no.1 (March 2002), pp.35-53
  29. Hartzell, Caroline A. & Hoddie, Mattew (eds.), “Strengthening Peace in Post-Civil War States: Transforming Spoilers into Stateholders”, University of Chicago Press, 2010
  30. Hill, Christopher, “The EU’s Capacity for Conflict Prevention”, European Foreign Affairs Review, vol.6, no.3 (2001), pp.315-533
  31. Hoffman, David A., “Mediation and the Art of Shuttle Diplomacy”, Negotiation Journal, vol.27, no.3 (July 2011), pp.263-309
  32. Horowitz, Donald L., “Ethnic Groups in Conflict”, University of California Press, 2000
  33. Hynek, Nik, “EU Crisis Management After the Lisbon Treaty: Civil-Military Coordination and the Future of EU OHG”, European Security, vol.20, no.1 (March 2011), pp.81-102 available in pdf at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/09662839.2011.556622
  34. Iji, Tetsuro, “Contact Group Diplomacy: The Strategies of the Western Contact Group in Mediating Namibian Conflict”, Diplomacy & Statecraft, vol.22, no.4 (2011), pp.634-650, available in pdf at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/09592296.2011.625819
  35. International Crisis Group, “Aphrodite’s Gift: Can Cypriot Gas Power a New Dialogue?”, Europe Report, no.216 (2 April 2012), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/europe/turkey-cyprus/cyprus/216-aphrodites-gift-can-cypriot-gas-power-a-new-dialogue.pdf
  36. International Crisis Group, “Armenia and Azerbaijan: Preventing War”, Europe Briefing, no.60 (8 February 2011), available on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/europe/B60%20Armenia%20and%20Azerbaijan%20Preventing%20War.ashx
  37. International Crisis Group, “Bosnia: Europe’s Time to Act”, Europe Briefing, no.59 (11 January 2011), accessible on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/europe/B59%20Bosnia%20–%20Europes%20Time%20to%20Act.ashx
  38. International Crisis Group, “Central Asia: Decay and Decline”, Asia Report, no.201 (3 February 2011), available on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/central-asia/201%20Central%20Asia%20-%20Decay%20and%20Decline.ashx
  39. International Crisis Group, “China and Inter-Korean Clashes in the Yellow Sea”, Asia Report, no. 200 (27 January 2011), available on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/north-east-asia/200%20China%20and%20Inter-Korean%20Clashes%20in%20the%20Yellow%20Sea.ashx
  40. International Crisis Group, “Colombia: President Santo’s Conflict Resolution Opportunity”, Latin America Report no.34 (13 October 2010), available on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/latin-america/colombia/34%20Colombia%20-%20President%20Santoss%20Conflict%20Resolution%20Opportunity.ashx
  41. International Crisis Group, “Congo: The Electoral Dilemma”, Africa Report, no.175 (5 May 2011), available on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/central-africa/dr-congo/175%20Congo%20—%20Le%20dilemme%20electoral.ashx(in French)
  42. International Crisis Group, “Cote D’Ivoire: Faut-Il Se Resoudre a la Guerre?”, Rapport Afrique, no.171 (3 Mars 2011), available on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/west-africa/cote-divoire/171%20Cote%20dIvoire%20-%20faut-il%20se%20resoudre%20a%20la%20guerre.ashx
  43. International Crisis Group, “Cyprus: Six Steps towards a Settlement”, Europe Briefing, no.61 (22 February 2011), available on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/europe/turkey-cyprus/cyprus/B61%20Cyprus%20-%20Six%20Steps%20toward%20a%20Settlement.ashx
  44. International Crisis Group, “Dangerous Little Stones: Diamonds in the Central African Republic”, Africa Report, no.167 (16 December 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/central-africa/central-african-republic/167%20Dangerous%20Little%20Stones%20-%20Diamonds%20in%20the%20Central%20African%20Republic.ashx  
  45. International Crisis Group, “Divided We Stand: Libya’s Enduring Conflicts”, Middle East/North Africa Report, no.130 (14 September 2012), availabel in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/Middle%20East%20North%20Africa/North%20Africa/libya/130-divided-we-stand-libyas-enduring-conflicts
  46. International Crisis Group, “Erithrea: The Siege State”, Africa Report, no.163 (21 September 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/horn-of-africa/ethiopia-eritrea/163%20Eritrea%20The%20Siege%20State.ashx
  47. International Crisis Group, “EU Crisis Response Capabilities: An Update”, Issues Briefing, 29 April 2002
  48. International Crisis Group, “EU Crisis Response Capability: Institutions and Processes for Conflict Prevention and Management”, ICG Issues, Report no.2
  49. International Crisis Group, “EU Crisis Response Capability Revisited”, Europe Report, no.160 (17 January 2005)
  50. International Crisis Group, “Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina – A Parallel Crisis”, Europe Report, no.209 (28 September 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/europe/209%20Federation%20of%20Bosnia%20and%20Herzegovina%20–%20A%20Parallel%20Crisis.ashx
  51. International Crisis Group, “Georgia-Russia: Learning to Live Like Neighbours”, Europe Briefing, no.65 (August 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/europe/caucasus/georgia/B65–%20Georgia-Russia-%20Learn%20to%20Live%20like%20Neighbours.pdf
  52. International Crisis Group,“Guinea: Reforming the Army”, Africa Report, no. 164 (23 September 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/west-africa/guinea/164%20Guinea%20—%20Reforming%20the%20Army.ashx
  53. International Crisis Group, “Haiti: Stabilization and Reconstruction after the Quake”, Latin America/Carribean Report no.32 (31 March 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/latin-america/haiti/32_haiti___stabilisation_and_reconstruction_after_the_quake.ashx
  54. International Crisis Group, “Holding Libya Together: Security Challenges after Qadhafi”, Middle East/North Africa Report, no.115 (14 December 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/Middle%20East%20North%20Africa/North%20Africa/115%20Holding%20Libya%20Together%20–%20Security%20Challenges%20after%20Qadhafi.pdf
  55. International Crisis Group, “Indonesia: Preventing Violence in Local Elections”, International Crisis Group Special Reports, Asia Report no.197 (8 December 2010) available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-east-asia/indonesia/197%20Indonesia%20-%20Preventing%20Violence%20in%20Local%20Elections.ashx
  56. International Crisis Group, “Indonesia: The Deadly Cost of Poor Policing”, Asia Report, no.218 (16 February 2012), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-east-asia/indonesia/218%20Indonesia%20–%20The%20Deadly%20Cost%20of%20Poor%20Policing.pdf
  57. International Crisis Group, “Kosovo and Serbia after the ICJ Opinion”, Europe Report, no.206, available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/europe/206%20Kosovo%20and%20Serbia%20after%20the%20ICJ%20Opinion-1.ashx
  58. International Crisis Group, “Lebanon’s Politics: The Sunny Community and Hariri’s Future Current”, Middle East Report , no.96 (26 May 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/Middle%20East%20North%20Africa/Iraq%20Syria%20Lebanon/Lebanon/96%20Lebanons%20Politics%20-%20The%20Sunni%20Community%20and%20Hariris%20Future%20Current.ashx
  59. International Crisis Group,“Libye/Tchad: Au dela d’Une Politique d’Influence”, Africa Briefing, no.71 (23 March 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/central-africa/chad/French%20translations/B071%20Libya-Chad%20Beyond%20Political%20Influence%20French.ashx
  60. International Crisis Group, “Loose Ends: Iraq’s Security Forces between US Drawdown and Withdrawal”, Middle East Report, no.99 (26 October 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/Middle%20East%20North%20Africa/Iraq%20Syria%20Lebanon/Iraq/99%20Loose%20Ends%20-%20Iraqs%20Security%20Forces%20between%20US%20Drawdown%20and%20Withdrawal.ashx
  61. International Crisis Group,“Madagascar: Sortir du Cycle de Crises”, Africa Report ,no.156 (18 March 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/southern-africa/madagascar/156%20Madagascar%20-%20sortir%20du%20cycle%20de%20crises.ashx
  62. International Crisis Group,“Managing Land Conflict in Timor-Leste”, Asia Briefing, no.110 (9 September 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-east-asia/timor-leste/B110%20Managing%20Land%20Conflict%20in%20Timor-Leste.ashx
  63. International Crisis Group, “Nepal’s Fitful Peace Process”, Asia Briefing, no.120 (7 April 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-asia/nepal/B120%20Nepals%20Fitful%20Peace%20Process.ashx
  64. International Crisis Group,“Nepal’s Political Rites of Passage”, Asia Report, no.194 (29 September 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-asia/nepal/194%20Nepals%20Political%20Rites%20of%20Passage.ashx
  65. International Crisis Group, “Nepal: Identity Politics and Federalism”, Asia Report no.199 (13 January 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-asia/nepal/199%20Nepal_Identity%20Politics%20and%20Federalism.ashx
  66. International Crisis Group, “Nigeria’s Elections: Reversing the Degeneration?”, Africa Briefing, no.79 (24 February 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/west-africa/nigeria/B79%20Nigerias%20Elections%20—%20Reversing%20the%20Degeneration.ashx
  67. International Crisis Group, “North Korea: The Risks of a War in the Yellow Sea”, Asia Report, no.198 (December 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/north-east-asia/198%20North%20Korea%20—%20The%20Risks%20of%20War%20in%20the%20Yellow%20Sea.ashx
  68. International Crisis Group, “Northern Nigeria: Background to Conflict”, Africa Report, no.168 (20 December 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/west-africa/nigeria/168%20Northern%20Nigeria%20-%20Background%20to%20Conflict.ashx
  69. International Crisis Group,“Pakistan: The Worsening IDP Crisis”, Asia Briefing, no.111 (16 September 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-asia/pakistan/B111%20Pakistan%20-%20The%20Worsening%20IDP%20Crisis.ashx
  70. International Crisis Group, “Popular Protests in North Africa and the Middle East (I): Egypt Victorious?”, Middle East/North Africa Report, no.101 (24 February 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/Middle%20East%20North%20Africa/North%20Africa/Egypt/101%20Popular%20Protest%20in%20North%20Africa%20and%20the%20Middle%20East%20I%20–%20Egypt%20Victorious.ashx
  71. International Crisis Group, “Popular Protest in North Africa and the Middle East (II): Yemen between Reform and Revolution”, Middle East/North Africa Report, no.102 (11 March 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/Middle%20East%20North%20Africa/Iran%20Gulf/Yemen/102%20Popular%20Protest%20in%20North%20Africa%20and%20the%20Middle%20East%20_II_%20Yemen%20between%20Reform%20and%20Revolution.ashx
  72. International Crisis Group, “Popular Protests in North Africa and the Middle East (III): The Bahrain Revolt”, Middle East/North Africa Report, no.105 (6 April 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/Middle%20East%20North%20Africa/Iran%20Gulf/Bahrain/105-%20Popular%20Protests%20in%20North%20Africa%20and%20the%20Middle%20East%20-III-The%20Bahrain%20Revolt.ashx
  73. International Crisis Group, “Popular Protests in North Africa and the Middle East (VI): The Syrian People’s Slow Motion Revolution”, Middle East/North Africa Report, no.108 (6 July 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/Middle%20East%20North%20Africa/Iraq%20Syria%20Lebanon/Syria/108%20Popular%20Protest%20in%20North%20Africa%20and%20the%20Middle%20East%20VI%20-%20The%20Syrian%20Peoples%20Slow-motion%20Revolution.pdf
  74. International Crisis Group, “Radical Islam in Gaza”, Middle East Report, no.104 (29 March 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/Middle%20East%20North%20Africa/Israel%20Palestine/104%20Radical%20Islam%20in%20Gaza.ashx
  75. International Crisis Group, “Reforming Pakistan’s Criminal Justice System”, International Crisis Group Special Reports, Asia Report no.196 (6 December 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-asia/pakistan/196%20Reforming%20Pakistans%20Criminal%20Justice%20System.ashx
  76. International Crisis Group, “Reforming Pakistan’s Electoral System”, Asia Report, no.203 (30 March 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-asia/pakistan/203%20Reforming%20Pakistans%20Electoral%20System.ashx
  77. International Crisis Group, “Rigged Elections in Darfur and the Consequences of a Probable NCP Victory in Sudan”, Africa Briefing, no.72 (30 March 2010), available in pdf at http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/horn-of-africa/sudan/_in_darfur_and_the_consequences_of_a_probable_ncp_victory_in_sudan.ashx
  78. International Crisis Group, “The Transitional Government on Life Support”, Africa Report, no.170 (21 February 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/horn-of-africa/somalia/170%20Somalia%20The%20Transitional%20Government%20on%20Life%20Support.ashx
  79. International Crisis Group, “South Ossetia: The Burden of Recognition”, Europe Report, no.205 (7 June 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/europe/205%20South%20Ossetia%20-%20The%20Burden%20of%20Recognition.ashx
  80. International Crisis Group, “Squaring the Circle: Palestinian Security Reform under Occupation”, Middle East Report, no.98 (7 September 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/Middle%20East%20North%20Africa/Israel%20Palestine/98%20Squaring%20the%20Circle%20–%20Palestinian%20Security%20Reform%20under%20Occupation.ashx
  81. International Crisis Group, “Sri Lanka’s North I: The Denial of Minority Rights”, Asia Report, no.219 (16 March 2012), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-asia/sri-lanka/219-sri-lankas-north-i-the-denial-of-minority-rights.pdf
  82. International Crisis Group,“Stalemate in Southern Thailand”, Asia Briefing, no.113 (3 November 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-east-asia/thailand/B113%20Stalemate%20in%20Southern%20Thailand.ashx
  83. International Crisis Group, “Sudan: Defining the North-South Border”, Africa Briefing, no.75 (2 September 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/horn-of-africa/sudan/B75%20Sudan%20Defining%20the%20North-South%20Border.ashx
  84. International Crisis Group, “The Myanmar Elections”, Asia Briefing, no.105 (27 May 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-east-asia/burma-myanmar/B105%20The%20Myanmar%20Elections.ashx
  85. International Crisis Group, “The Philippines: Back to the Table, Warily, in Mindanao”, Asia Briefing, no. 119 (24 March 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-east-asia/philippines/B119%20The%20Philippines%20%20Back%20to%20the%20Table%20Warily%20in%20Mindanau.ashx
  86. International Crisis Group, “The Rule of Law in Independent Kosovo”, Europe Report, no.204 (19 May 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/europe/balkans/kosovo/204%20The%20rule%20of%20Law%20in%20Independent%20Kosovo.ashx
  87. International Crisis Group, “The Shri Lankan Tamil Diaspora after the LTTE”, Asia Report, no. 189 (23 February 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-asia/sri-lanka/186%20The%20Sri%20Lankan%20Tamil%20Diaspora%20after%20the%20LTTE.ashxs
  88. International Crisis Group, “Timor-Leste: Oecusse and the Indonesian Border”, Asia Briefing, no.104 (20 May 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-east-asia/timor-leste/B104%20Timor-Leste%20-%20Oecusse%20and%20the%20Indonesian%20Border.ashx
  89. International Crisis Group, “Timor-Leste: Reconciliation and Return from Indonesia”, Asia Briefing, no.122 (18 April 2011), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-east-asia/timor-leste/B122%20Timor%20Leste-%20Return%20and%20Reconciliation%20form%20Indonesia.ashx
  90. International Crisis Group, “Timor-Leste: Time for the UN to Step Back”, Asia Briefing, no.116 (15 December 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/asia/south-east-asia/timor-leste/B116%20Timor-Leste%20-%20Time%20for%20the%20UN%20to%20Step%20Back.ashx
  91. International Crisis Group, “Turkey’s Crises ove Israel and Iran”, Europe Report, no.208 (8 September 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/europe/208%20Turkeys%20Crises%20over%20Israel%20and%20Iran.ashx
  92. International Crisis Group,“Zimbabwe: Political and Security Challenges to the Transition”, Africa Briefing, no.70 (3 March 2010), available in pdf on http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/africa/southern-africa/zimbabwe/B070%20Zimbabwe%20Political%20and%20Security%20Challenges%20to%20the%20Transition.ashx
  93. Kawamoto, Kazumi, “Responsibility to Protect and Mediation: Lessons from the 2007-2008 Post-Election Crisis in Kenya”, Journal of Conflict Transformation & Security, vol.2, no.1 (April 2012), pp.119-134
  94. King, Charles & Rajan, Menon, “Prisoners of the Caucasus: Russia’s Invisible Civil War”, Foreign Affairs, vol. 89, no.4 (July/August 2010), pp.20-34
  95. Kisangani, Emizet & Pickering, Jeffrey, “Political, Economic and Social Consequences of Foreign Military Intervention”, Political Research Quarterly, vol.59, no.3 (September 2006), pp.363-376
  96. Kritsiotis, Dino, “Reappraising Policy Objections to Humanitarian Intervention”, Michigan Journal of International Law, vol.19 (1998), pp.1005-1050
  97. Kurter, Daniel C. & Lasenski, Scott B., “Negotiating Arab-Israeli Peace: American Leadership in the Middle East”, United States Institute of Peace Press, 2008
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