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23 Aug

22 August 2012: Prime Minister Meles Zenawi died on 20 August 2012. Emilio Manfredi, Crisis Group’s Ethiopia Analyst, explains the profound national and regional consequences of the passing of the man who ruled the country for over two decades. 5:04

(Source: crisisgroup.org / Crisis Group)

26 Jun
International Crisis Group

Venezuela: The Coming Elections

26 June 2012: Silke Pfeiffer, Crisis Group’s Colombia/Andes Project Director, discusses the upcoming presidential election in Venezuela, where current President Hugo Chavez faces both a united opposition and cancer. 3:49

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18 Jan
International Crisis Group

Haiti: Two Years On

On the second anniversary of the devastating 2010 earthquake, Mark Schneider, Senior Vice President and Special Adviser on Latin America, discusses the improvements Haiti has made - and what remains to be done. 7:56

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9 Dec

Weekly Update for the Week of 4 December 2011

REPORTS

Brčko Unsupervised
The international community should start a process to close its supervision of Bosnia’s Brčko District at its meeting next week and develop a new strategy to better help domestic institutions address governance challenges and corruption, while retaining the ability to sanction any attempts to undermine security. Босански (8 December)

Waging Peace: ASEAN and the Thai-Cambodian Border Conflict
The violent border clashes between Thailand and Cambodia earlier this year have challenged the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) to turn its rhetoric into action, but to achieve peace and security more robust diplomacy is required to end a still unresolved conflict. ไทย (6 December)

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URGENT MEDIA RELEASE

DR Congo: Saving the Elections
A week after presidential and legislative polls, the Democratic Republic of Congo faces a political crisis that could plunge it back into major violence. Preliminary results, expected today, risk sparking opposition protests that, in turn, prompt heavy-handed repression by Congolese security forces and wider disorder. To avert violence, Congolese authorities must take urgent measures to salvage a reasonably representative result out of a badly flawed process. The United Nations, African Union and European Union must work together to mediate with Congolese leaders a way out of the crisis. Communiqué en français (8 December)  


COMMENTARY

Côte d’Ivoire : Laurent Gbagbo, la CPI et le “gban-gban” salvateur
Gilles Yabi, Jeune Afrique, 9 décembre

La guerre et la décomposition planent sur le Soudan d’Al-Bachir
Alain Délétroz, Le Temps, 8 décembre

Ethnic Interests Could Trump Economic Sense
Joost Hiltermann, Financial Times, 7 December

US Troop Withdrawal from Iraq
Joost Hiltermann, Conservative Middle East Council, 5 December

Más allá de la diplomacia: retos en la frontera Colombo-Venezolana
Silke Pfeiffer & Hugo Eduardo Ramírez, La Razón Pública, 4 de diciembre

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PODCAST

CrisisWatch N°100
This month’s podcast reviews developments for the month of November, highlighting conflict risk alerts in DR Congo and in Syria, and deteriorated situations in Afghanistan, Burundi, Kosovo, Pakistan, South Sudan and Sudan. Situations improved in Burma/Myanmar, Morrocco, Nepal and Tunisia. (6 December)

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INTERVIEWS

Invité Afrique: Gilles Yabi
Gilles Yabi, directeur du projet Afrique de l’Ouest d’International Crisis Group, analyse la stratégie et l’attitude de l’ancien président ivoirien Laurent Gbagbo, lors de sa première audience lundi à la Cour pénale internationale à La Haye. (7 décembre)

Invité spécial de la rédaction: Alain Délétroz
Alain Délétroz, vice-président d’International Crisis Group, analyse les conflits en Libye, Syrie et Côte d’Ivoire. Il déplore notamment le dernier discours du président syrien Bachar Al-Assad, dans lequel aucune réforme n’a été annoncée. (6 décembre)

Invité Afrique: Thierry Vircoulon
Avant la proclamation du vainqueur de l’élection présidentielle en République Démocratique du Congo, Thierry Vircoulon, directeur du projet Afrique centrale d’International Crisis Group, revient sur la crédibilité des chiffres de la Commission électorale nationale indépendante. (6 décembre)


VIDEO

Sudan: The Rebel Alliance
A new alliance of Darfur rebel groups with the declared goal of regime change threatens the Doha peace process. Fouad Hikmat, Crisis Group’s African Union and Sudan Special Adviser, explains that if the peace process is to have any chance of success, it must be inclusive. (7 December)

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A Message from Louise Arbour

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EVENTS

In Pursuit of Peace Award Dinner
New York, 16 December 2011

Reserve your ticket or table today for Crisis Group’s In Pursuit of Peace Award Dinner in New York on 16 December 2011. Limited spaces available.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on the vital role that women play in advancing international peace and security. With CNN’s Wolf Blitzer presiding as master of ceremonies and a special performance by Grammy Award-winning recording artist Sarah McLachlan, it promises to be a spectacular evening. Join Crisis Group President Louise Arbour and event co-chairs Frank Giustra, Rita Hauser, Marc Lasry, and Mark Malloch-Brown, as well as many others from the business and diplomatic communities for a most memorable occasion in support of Crisis Group’s mission to prevent and resolve deadly conflict.

Click here for event details and more on our honorees. Register or make a gift online today.

Save the Date: Crisis Group Asia Briefings 2012
Singapore & Jakarta, 21 - 23 February 2012

Crisis Group is pleased to announce its next Asia Briefings will take place in Singapore and Jakarta on 21 and 23 February 2012. These one-day, high-level events will be led by Crisis Group’s senior staff and examine urgent issues and solutions concerning major conflict flashpoints across the region. The briefing offers participants the opportunity to hear from and interact with specialists on a wide range of issues including extremism and conflict in Indonesia, political reforms and polarisation in Myanmar and Thailand and security concerns across the Korean Peninsula and South China Sea.

For more information and to reserve your seat, please contact events@crisisgroup.org. Early-bird registration available at a discounted rate through 31 December 2011.


2 Dec
International Crisis Group

Afghanistan: The "Bonn II" Conference

In a few days, hundreds of officials from more than 50 countries will descend on Bonn, Germany, for what has been billed as one of the most significant turning points in Afghanistan’s ten-year dance with the international community. The conference planners hope to set out their vision for a reset of international engagement in Afghanistan in a move that will mark the beginning of the end of the decade-long Western military presence. Candace Rondeaux, Crisis Group’s Senior Analyst in Afghanistan, distinguishes ambition from the reality on the ground. 6:47

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17 Nov
International Crisis Group

Nagorno-Karabakh: Risks of War in the South Caucasus

Lawrence Sheets, Crisis Group’s South Caucasus Project Director, discusses the risks of renewed war between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. 5:03

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11 Nov
International Crisis Group

Afghanistan: After the Withdrawal

Several international conferences on Afghanistan are trying to chart the country’s future after the planned 2014 U.S. withdrawal. Robert Templer, Crisis Group’s Asia Program Director, warns of the deteriorating security and regional interference likely to accompany the U.S. drawdown of troops. 7:39

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