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The poster "Peace and Conflict Across Time" assesses long-term fluctuations across various types of conflict, whilst focusing on quintessential pillars of peace rather than on drivers of conflict.
In documenting the history of peace and conflict from ancient times to the present, it brings together arguments and data provided by various scholars and research institutions (including Bowles, Brecke, Goldstein, Lebow, Levy, Morris, and Pinker, as well as the Correlates of War Project, the Uppsala Conflict Programme, the United Nations Development Programme, the World Bank, and the Center for Systemic Peace). The poster seeks to convey academic research in a useful, understandable and accessible fashion to both security and defense professionals and the general public at large.
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For more information on variables, measurements and sources used to create this overview, please access the Annex.
Hard copies will be offered to invited guests at HCSS while stocks last.
Decennialange welvaartsstijging en toenemende vervlechting van relaties tussen staten hebben de kans op conflict aanzienlijk verkleind. Er doemen echter veiligheidsuitdagingen op die deze trend onder druk zetten. De HCSS Strategic Monitor 2014 bekijkt vier van deze uitdagingen en werd op 21 mei 2014 aangeboden aan de Minister van Defensie, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert.Read more
This Annex lists the variables, measurements and sources used in the Poster Peace and Conflict Across Time – an OverviewRead more
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On 10 December Tim Sweijs and Willem Oosterveld will brief Strategic Planners at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the role of pivot states in global and regional security affairs.Read more
On October 30th Joshua Polchar will be at the conference 'Mission Critical: Transatlantic Security and Diversity' hosted by the German Marshall Fund of the United States in Washington, D.C.Read more
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