New USIP Report Gives Us Something to Talk About: The Essential Ingredients for US National Security Grounded in Conflict Prevention

New USIP Report Gives Us Something to Talk About: The Essential Ingredients for US National Security Grounded in Conflict Prevention

New USIP Report Gives Us Something to Talk About: The Essential Ingredients for US National Security Grounded in Conflict Prevention 12/2020 | Neil Levine Share this article This blog was originally published on Medium on December 18, 2020.     CDA Reflects...
From where we stand

From where we stand

From where we stand 12/2020 | Sarah Cechvala, Sabina C. Robillard, and Grace Boone. Reflections on the From Where I Stand forum and what comes next   This is the second blog in a two-part series. The first blog laid out, through the contributor’s words,...
What we’ve heard

What we’ve heard

What we’ve heard 12/2020 | Sabina C. Robillard, Sarah Cechvala, and Grace Boone Lessons and Insights Straight from the ‘From where I stand’ Contributors   This blog is part one of two blogs. This blog is intended to present key themes from the From...
Liberation starts at home

Liberation starts at home

Liberation starts at home 7/2020 | Cecilia Milesi Northern and Southern actors need to work towards a radical renewal of the international cooperation business   In the midst of a unifying global humanitarian and political crisis, as it is with the Covid-19...
Who is Local?

Who is Local?

Who is Local? 5/2020 | Paul George Tracing the origins and changing meanings of the word in the lexicon of humanitarian aid through my experience     My first paid job was doing research on the post-conflict recovery strategies of communities in India’s...