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Crisis Group 8h
It is now 164 days since China arbitrarily detained . Michael, a Canadian national, is being held at an unknown location in uncertain conditions. He has yet to see a lawyer or his family. Join our call to
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Crisis Group 16h
The administration issued its first sanctions less than two weeks after taking office. Since then, it has designated nearly 1000 persons, companies, ships and aircraft. Our new interactive breaks them down ⇨
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Ali Vaez 17h
In a speech 1 year ago today, laid out 12 demands on Iran's nuclear/regional policies & promised "strongest sanctions in history" against Tehran. Our new interactive shows the when/ what/where of nearly 1000 US designations under Trump admin.
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Azadeh Moaveni 18h
[Thread] In our new report, myself and explore whether the rehabilitation of women returning from is successful enough to help stem the conflict in northeast .
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Chatham House Law May 20
How can mechanisms for prevention, protection and accountability such as and the be strengthened? Hear from , Ian Martin, and at the ‘Our Shared Humanity’ conference on 3 – 4 June:
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Isabelle Arradon 19h
Insightful report on reintegration challenges faced by women associated with Boko Haram out today We call on state to tackle sexual & other abuse, give greater say in resettlement, avoid aid for BH-linked women only & invest more in education.
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Crisis Group 19h
Our report calls on the government of to change their approach to Miski, in the country’s north, in order to avoid another military confrontation that could destabilise the whole region.
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Will Grant-Brook 22h
What challenges do women formerly associated with Boko Haram face returning to government-held areas in N.E. Nigeria? new report looks at reintegration issues faced and how mistreatment can prompt some to return to, and dissuade others from leaving, the insurgency.
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Crisis Group 21h
Women returning from to government-held towns in remain ostracised and exposed to abuse. The government must redouble reintegration efforts to prevent women from returning to the insurgents’ ranks.
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Stephen Pomper May 20
A good reason for Congress to bar funding for any unauthorized conflict with Iran. As , and I explain here, counting on the administration to seek permission would be a big mistake:
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Crisis Group 22h
Many women associated with enjoyed a reliable food supply, religious education and basic services. This shaped expectations of what the state should provide on their return. Our report on women returning to government-held areas ⇨
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Crisis Group 23h
In order to avert ’s financial implosion and economic war, the country’s warring sides should at least reach an agreement on standardising commercial banking operations in the east and work toward the Central Bank’s reunification.
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Comfort Ero 24h
Returning from the Land of Jihad: The Fate of Women Associated with looks at lives of jihadi-linked women and offers suggestions for easing their predicament. interviewees incl -affiliated women, humanitarians, soldiers 
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Robert Dölger 23h
Thanks to for this important work:
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Crisis Group 23h
NEW REPORT | Returning from the Land of Jihad: The Fate of Women Associated with Boko Haram
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Crisis Group May 20
It is now 163 days since China arbitrarily detained . Michael, a Canadian national, is being held at an unknown location in uncertain conditions. He has yet to see a lawyer or his family. Join our call to
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Chris Toensing May 20
"Congress is not blameless in presidential war powers grabs of recent decades." & colleagues urge Congress to use the power of the purse to stop the drift toward war w/Iran.
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Stephen Pomper May 20
AG Barr didn’t think GHWB needed authorization to send *500,000 troops* into Iraq. Thoughts here from @bridegwriter, , and myself on what that means for Iran, and why Congress needs to step up now. via
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Crisis Group May 20
Forces loyal to ’s east-based military commander Khalifa are battling armed groups nominally loyal to the -based government. Meanwhile, a neglected and possibly explosive banking crisis could further destabilise the country.
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Crisis Group May 20
📷 Ten years after the end of ’s civil war, many of the grievances that drove the conflict have not been addressed. Throughout the country, & found an array of memorials built to help the population cope with the war's legacy.
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