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"Community Security" Mission Creep at Homeland Security

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Oct-05-2009 | Report

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has a bad case of mission creep. Created in the wake of Sept. 11 to better protect the country against attacks by foreign terrorists, DHS now believes it is also responsible for community security... Read More »

Review of the Peacebuilding Fund

Review of the Peacebuilding Fund

by , Mariska van Beijnum

Jun-01-2009 | Report

The Peacebuilding Fund (PBF) was established in 2006 to support interventions of direct and immediate relevance to the peacebuilding process and contribute towards addressing critical gaps in that process, in particular in areas for which no other funding mechanism is available. ... Read More »

Ecuador's Humanitarian Emergency

Ecuador's Humanitarian Emergency

by George Savas, Helen Kassa, Katelin Reger, Thomas Low, Avery Beam, Lorenzo Lau, Ocean Doctor, Dau Doldol, Claire Going, Hannah Knoll, Daniel Karp, Stephanie Farfan, Sarah Jolley, Lilia Popova, Hashim Elwazir, Topza Mukulu, Sarah Chin, Colleen Moore, Hannah Poteete, Ana Maria Guerrero Rodriguez, Cassandra Euphrat Weston, Annika London, Kate Kizer, Ben Freeman, Rachel Stohl, Salih Booker, Erica Fein, Halley Posner, Erik Yavorski, Meryl Compton, Derek Paulhus, Shukria Dellawar, Charlotte Stack, Christina Arabia, Hannah Ousterman, Brittany Tabora, Liam Burnside, Wesley Wright, Andrew Smith, Robert Watson, Taner Bertuna, Aubrey Manahan, John Gall, Leyko Nagayoshi, Celina Menzel, Austin Strain, Paritt Nguiakaramahawongse, Ben Armbruster, Michelle Dixon, Gillian Schreiber, Mariam Iskajyan, Bryn Herrera, Amy Frame, Samuel Barnett, Helen Fite, Caroline Armstrong, Jared Thompson, Blaze Joel, Brandon Hughes, Eloise Goldsmith, Haley Florsheim, Anderson Gass, Michael Drager, Clarissa Cooney, Sarah Mulnick, Bailey Welsh, Montana Mathieu, Diana Ohlbaum, Drew Proctor, Kenneth Lehman, Philippe Régnier, Sonya Jubar Carter, Adam Gerlach, Franco Bastida, Alexis Kedo, Harron Young, Leah Schulz, Ted Lynch, Gabriella Linardi, Jackie Mahler, Chris Marks, Robert Muse, Security Assistance Monitor, Aref Dostyar, Sydney Walley, Hailey Choi, David Duffeck, Laura Weiss, Lindsay Getschel, Kelly Hoye, Nicole Albrecht, Almir Hodzic, Allison Gerns, Ani Sinani, Seamus Daniels, Sofia Oliveros, Chelsea Kaser, Nika Khmolovska, Limeng Sun, Gabi Acierno

Apr-16-2009 | Report

Over the past nine years, an estimated 300,000 Colombian refugees have crossed into Ecuador. This report analyzes the spillover of Colombia's conflict. ... Read More »

Pakistan: The State of the Union

Pakistan: The State of the Union

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Apr-06-2009 | Report

In a special report, Selig Harrison discusses recommendations for both the Pakistani government's stance on minorities and U.S. foreign policy toward the region. ... Read More »

Immigrant Crackdown Joins Failed Crime and Drug Wars

Immigrant Crackdown Joins Failed Crime and Drug Wars

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Apr-01-2009 | Report

In this report, Tom Barry analyzes the increasing criminalization of immigrants and immigration law. He also examines the links between the immigrant crackdown and the drug war, and concludes the report with recommendations for policy reform. ... Read More »

A Compass for Colombia Policy

A Compass for Colombia Policy

by , Lisa Haugaard, Gimena Sánchez-Garzoli, John Walsh, Robert Guitteau

Oct-10-2008 | Report

A joint report analyzing nine years under Plan Colombia and a need for U.S. policy to change course. ... Read More »

Un Nuevo Rumbo para la Política Estadounidense hacia Colombia

Un Nuevo Rumbo para la Política Estadounidense hacia Colombia

by , Lisa Haugaard, Gimena Sánchez-Garzoli, John Walsh, Robert Guitteau

Oct-06-2008 | Report

Nueve años después, Plan Colombia no ha cumplido sus metas. Necesitamos reevaluar este programa y virar su rumbo para fortalecer los derechos humanos y construir un gobierno más incluyente. ... Read More »

Changing Course: Proposals to Reverse the Militarization of U.S. Foreign Policy

Changing Course: Proposals to Reverse the Militarization of U.S. Foreign Policy

by Donald Herr

Sep-08-2008 | Report

In this International Policy Report, Donald Herr analyzes the militarization of U.S. foreign policy and provides proposals to reverse its militarization. ... Read More »

Promoting Conflict Prevention through Security Sector Reform: Review of Spending on Security Sector Reform through the Global Conflict Prevention Pool

by , Luc van de Goor

Jun-01-2008 | Report

Security sector reform (SSR) is a key area of work for the UK government. This is based on the recognition that security and access to justice are essential to conflict prevention; stabilisation of fragile and conflict affected environments; investment and economic development; sustainable development and poverty reduction; counter-terrorism, counter-insurgency and counter-narcotics; reducing trans-national serious and organized crime.... Read More »

La Política Exterior se Viste de Camuflado

La Política Exterior se Viste de Camuflado

by , George Withers, Lisa Haugaard, Joy Olson, Joel Fyke

Apr-09-2008 | Report

A propósito del crecimiento del rol del Pentágono en la política exterior, y por qué el Congreso y la opinión pública estadounidense deberían preocuparse. ... Read More »

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