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20 Jun 2019

Grasping the Future with the World’s Youngest Population in the SAHEL. The Sahel is the youngest region in the world with close to 65% of the population below the age of 25. It further faces simultaneous challenges of extreme poverty, the dire effects of climate change, frequent food crises, rapid population growth, fragile governance, and terrorist-linked security threats.

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13 Jun 2019

The Kremlin’s reliance on proxies, disinformation, and measures short of war has created the impression that its hybrid capabilities are distinct and separate from its military and can serve as a substitute for hard power. Russian military and hybrid activities and tools are inextricably linked.

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6 Jun 2019

The aim of this study on Women’s role in peace processes, is to provide insight on the meaningful inclusion of women - where women have decision-making authority - in peace and transition processes.

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30 May 2019

Water scarcity poses a global threat, but its effects are more visible in arid or semi-arid regions like the Middle East, which is one of the most water scarce regions in the world. Factors like climate change and persistent conflict, as witnessed in the Middle East, significantly exacerbate water scarcity and...

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