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Research Reports in JSTOR from US Institute of Peace
426 Research Reports in JSTOR Date
2014 Presidential and Provincial Council Elections in Afghanistan 2013
The 2015–2016 CAR Elections, A Look Back: Peaceful Process Belies Serious Risks 2017
Abrahamic Alternatives to War: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Perspectives on Just Peacemaking 2008
The Aceh Peace Process: Nothing Less than Success 2007
Adapting to the New National Security Environment 2000
Addressing Fragility—A New Learning Agenda 2016
Addressing Land Conflict in Afghanistan 2015
Adopting a Movement Mindset to Address the Challenge of Fragility 2016
Advancing Human Rights and Peace in a Complex World 2002
Advancing New Media Research 2010
Afghan Economic Policy, Institutions, and Society Since 2001 2015
The Afghan National Police in 2015 and Beyond 2014
Afghan Views of Government and Elections: Legitimacy Pending 2017
Afghan Women and Violent Extremism: Colluding, Perpetrating, or Preventing? 2016
Afghanistan and Its Neighbors: An Ever Dangerous Neighborhood 2006
Afghanistan’s Civil Order Police: Victim of Its Own Success 2012
Afghanistan’s Emerging Mining Oligarchy 2015
Afghanistan’s Police: The Weak Link in Security Sector Reform 2009
After Saddam Hussein: Winning a Peace If It Comes to War 2003
Aid and Stabilization in Afghanistan: What Do the Data Say? 2017
Aid to Civil Society: A Movement Mindset 2015
AIDS and Violent Conflict in Africa 2001
Albanians in the Balkans 2001
American Civilian Police in UN Peace Operations: Lessons Learned and Ideas for the Future 2001
American Foreign Policy and Islamic Renewal 2006
Ancestral Domain in Comparative Perspective 2005
Angola’s Deadly War: Dealing with Savimbi’s Hell on Earth 1999
Applying Islamic Principles in the Twenty-first Century: Nigeria, Iran, and Indonesia 2005
Applying the Compact Model of Economic Assistance in Fragile States 2016
An Appraisal of Pakistan’s Anti-Terrorism Act 2015
Ashraf Ghani’s Pakistan Outreach: Fighting against the Odds 2015
Atrocity Prevention through Dialogue: Challenges in Dealing with Violent Extremist Organizations 2016
Averting Hell on Earth: Religion and the Prevention of Genocide 2010
Ayatollah Sistani and the Democratization of Post-Ba‘athist Iraq 2007
Bangladesh at the Crossroads 2007
The Basque Conflict: New Ideas and Prospects for Peace 2006
The Basque Conflict and ETA: The Difficulties of an Ending 2015
Between Impediment and Advantage:: Saddam's Iraq 1998
Beyond the Asian Financial Crisis:: Challenges and Opportunities for U.S. Leadership 1998
Blood Oil in the Niger Delta 2009
Bosnia Report Card Pass, Fail, or Incomplete? 1998
Bosnia’s Next Five Years: Dayton and Beyond 2000
Breaking the Cycle of Electoral Violence in Nigeria 2010
Building Civilian Capacity for U.S. Stability Operations: The Rule of Law Component 2004
Building for Peace in the Horn of Africa: Diplomacy and Beyond 1999
Building Interreligious Trust in a Climate of Fear: An Abrahamic Trialogue 2003
Building the Iraqi Special Tribunal: Lessons from Experiences in International Criminal Justice 2004
Burma’s Long Road to Democracy 2007
Can Faith-Based NGOs Advance Interfaith Reconciliation?: The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina 2003
Can Nigeria Make a Peaceful Transition to Democratic Governance? 1997
Can You Help Me Now?: Mobile Phones and Peacebuilding in Afghanistan 2010
Catholic Contributions to International Peace 2001
Challenges of Building a Korean Peace Process: Political and Economic Transition on the Korean Peninsula 1998
Charting Pakistan’s Internal Security Policy 2015
China and Myanmar’s Peace Process 2017
China and the United States: Core Interests, Common Interests, and Partnership 2011
China’s North Korea Policy: Assessing Interests and Influences 2011
Chinese Views: Breaking the Stalemate on the Korean Peninsula 2007
Civic Education and Peacebuilding: Examples from Iraq and Sudan 2010
Civil Defense Groups: Developing Accountability 2014
Civil Society in Darfur: The Missing Peace 2010
Civil Society under Siege in Colombia 2004
Climate Change Adaptation and Conflict in Nigeria 2011
Closing Space and Fragility 2016
The Coalition Provisional Authority’s Experience with Governance in Iraq: Lessons Identified 2005
The Coalition Provisional Authority’s Experience with Public Security in Iraq: Lessons Identified 2005
A Coming Crisis on the Korean Peninsula?: The Food Crisis, Economic Decline, and Political Considerations 1996
The Coming Turkish-Iranian Competition in Iraq 2011
A Comprehensive Resolution of the Korean War 2003
Conflict Dynamics in Gilgit-Baltistan 2013
Conflict in the Niger Delta: More Than a Local Affair 2011
Conflict Management Training for Peacekeepers: Assessment and Recommendations 2017
Conflict-Business Dynamics in the Democratic Republic of Congo 2009
Conflict-Sensitive Approach to Infrastructure Development 2008
Consolidating Disarmament: Lessons from Colombia’s Reintegration Program for Demobilized Paramilitaries 2008
Corruption and State Fragility 2016
Countering Militancy and Terrorism in Pakistan: The Civil-Military Nexus 2016
Countering Radicalization in America: Lessons from Europe 2010
Countering Violent Extremism:: A Peacebuilding Perspective 2013
A Counterterrorism Role for Pakistan’s Police Stations 2014
Criminalizing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by Peacekeepers 2013
Croatia After Tudjman 1998
Crowdsourcing Crisis Information in Disaster-Affected Haiti 2010
Customary Practice and Restorative Justice in Libya: A Hybrid Approach 2015
Cyberterrorism: How Real Is the Threat? 2004
Dangerous Liaisons with the Afghan Taliban: The Feasibility and Risks of Negotiations 2010
Dayton Implementation:: The Apprehension and Prosecution of Indicted War Criminals 1997
De-Balkanizing the Balkans: Security and Stability in Southeastern Europe 1999
Defining the Path to a Peaceful, Undivided, and Democratic Europe 2000
Democratic Constitution Making 2003
Developing Media in Stabilization and Reconstruction Operations 2007
The Diplomacy of Counterterrorism: Lessons Learned, Ignored, and Disputed 2002
Dispute Resolution and Justice Provision in Yemen’s Transition 2014
The Diversity of Muslims in the United States: Views as Americans 2006
Diversity, Unity, and Nation Building in South Sudan 2011
Documentation and Transitional Justice in Afghanistan 2013
Donor Activities and Civil Society Potential in Iraq 2004
Dowry and Division: Youth and State Building in South Sudan 2011
Dynamics of Radicalization and Violent Extremism in Kosovo 2016
The Economics of Peace: Five Rules for Effective Reconstruction 2011
The Economy of Burma/Myanmar on the Eve of the 2010 Elections 2010
Education and Attitudes in Pakistan: Understanding Perceptions of Terrorism 2015
Education and Conflict in Côte d’Ivoire 2010
Education and Conflict in Haiti: Rebuilding the Education Sector after the 2010 Earthquake 2010
Education and Training in Nonviolent Resistance 2016
Elections in the DRC: The Bemba Surprise 2008
Employment Generation and Economic Development in Stabilization and Reconstruction Operations 2007
Enabling Agricultural Extension for Peacebuilding 2012
Engaging Islamists and Promoting Democracy: A Preliminary Assessment 2007
Engaging Religion and Religious Actors in Countering Violent Extremism 2017
Enhancing International Civilian Police in Peace Operations 2002
Establishing a Mining Sector in Postwar South Sudan 2013
Establishing the Rule of Law in Afghanistan 2004
Establishing the Rule of Law in Iraq 2003
Europe in the 21st Century: A Strategy for Achieving Stable Peace 2000
The EU’s Experience with Security Sector Governance 2011
Evaluating the 2010 NPT Review Conference 2010
Exchange 2.0 2011
Extractive Industries and Peacebuilding in Afghanistan: The Role of Social Accountability 2013
Failed Relations between Hamid Karzai and the United States: What Can We Learn? 2015
Faith-Based NGOs and International Peacebuilding 2001
Fostering a State-Society Compact 2016
Fragility and Resilience 2016
Fragility and Security Sector Reform 2016
French Negotiating Style 2001
From Dayton to Brussels: Constitutional Preparations for Bosnia’s EU Accession 2006
From Rejection to Acceptance: Israeli National Security Thinking and Palestinian Statehood 2007
The Future of Afghanistan: The Taliban, Regional Security and U.S. Foreign Policy 1997
The Future of Macedonia: A Balkan Survivor Now Needs Reform 2001
The Future of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe: A United States Institute of Peace Roundtable 1994
The Future of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Critical Trends Affecting Israel 2005
Future U.S. Engagement in Africa:: Opportunities and Obstacles for Conflict Management 1996
Gender and Fragility:: Ensuring a Golden Hour 2016
Gender and Statebuilding in South Sudan 2011
The Genocide Convention at Fifty 1999
Georgia’s Rose Revolution: A Participant’s Perspective 2006
Global Terrorism after the Iraq War 2003
Governance Challenges in Raqqa after the Islamic State 2017
Graduate Education and Professional Practice in International Peace and Conflict 2010
Haiti: Confronting the Gangs of Port-au-Prince 2008
Haiti: Hope for the Future 2007
Haiti after the Donors’ Conference: A Way Forward 2009
Hamas: Ideological Rigidity and Political Flexibility 2009
Harbingers of Hope: Peace Initiatives in Colombia 2006
Health in Postconflict and Fragile States 2012
Higher Education and the Future of Iraq 2008
How Business Can Foster Peace 2012
How Terrorism Ends 1999
Humanitarianism in Crisis 2011
Hydropolitics in Pakistan’s Indus Basin 2010
Ijtihad: Reinterpreting Islamic Principles for the Twenty-first Century 2004
Implementing a Unified Approach to Fragility:: Lessons learned from Burma 2016
Implementing UNSCR 2250: Youth and Religious Actors Engaging for Peace 2017
Improving Natural Resource Management in Sudan: A Strategy for Effective State Building and Conflict Resolution 2010
Improving Peacebuilding Evaluation: A Whole-of-Field Approach 2011
Inclusive Approaches to Community Policing and CVE 2014
India and Pakistan Engagement: Prospects for Breakthrough or Breakdown? 2005
Industrial-Scale Looting of Afghanistan’s Mineral Resources 2017
Informal Dispute Resolution in Afghanistan 2010
Innovative Transformation:: An Evaluation of the Ministry of Defense Advisors Program in Afghanistan 2012
Institutionalizing Security Sector Reform: Options for the U.S. Government 2010
Integrated Security Assistance: The 1207 Program 2008
The Interior Ministry’s Role in Security Sector Reform 2009
Internal Displacement and Local Peacebuilding in Kenya: Challenges and Innovations 2010
International Judges and Prosecutors in Kosovo: A New Model for Post-Conflict Peacekeeping 2003
Iran and Iraq: The Shia Connection, Soft Power, and the Nuclear Factor 2005
Iraq and the Gulf States: The Balance of Fear 2007
Iraq Election Scenarios: Anticipating Alternative Futures 2005
The Iraq Federal Police: U.S. Police Building under Fire 2011
Iraq’s Budget as a Source of Political Stability 2013
Iraq’s Constitutional Process: Shaping a Vision for the Country’s Future 2005
Iraq’s Constitutional Process II: An Opportunity Lost 2005
Iraq’s New Political Map 2007
Islam and Democracy 2002
Islamic Extremists: How Do They Mobilize Support? 2002
Islamic Law, Customary Law, and Afghan Informal Justice 2015
Islamic Peacemaking Since 9/11 2009
Islamic Perspectives on Peace and Violence 2002
Islamist Politics in Iraq after Saddam Hussein 2003
Islamists at the Ballot Box: Findings from Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, and Turkey 2005
Jordan and Iraq: Between Cooperation and Crisis 2006
Justice and Security Needs in Iraq after ISIL: Understanding Displaced Populations’ Concerns with Returning Home 2016
Justice Interrupted: Historical Perspectives on Promoting Democracy in the Middle East 2009
Justifying the Means: Afghan Perceptions of Electoral Processes 2013
Kashmir Line of Control and Grassroots Peacebuilding 2017
Kosovo:: Escaping the Cul-de-Sac 1998
Kosovo: Ethnic Nationalism at Its Territorial Worst 2006
Kosovo Decision Time: How and When? 2003
Kosovo Dialogue:: Too Little, Too Late 1998
Kosovo Final Status: Options and Cross-Border Requirements 2002
The Kurds in Syria: Fueling Separatist Movements in the Region? 2009
Land, Property, and the Challenge of Return for Iraq’s Displaced 2009
Lawless Rule Versus Rule of Law in the Balkans 2002
Leadership, Peace, Stability, and Prosperity in the DRC 2011
Learning from Women’s Success in the 2010 Afghan Elections 2012
Lessons and Opportunities from the Tokyo Mutual Accountability Framework 2015
Lessons from Afghanistan’s History for the Current Transition and Beyond 2012
Lessons from Embedded Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Iraq 2011
Lessons from Women’s Programs in Afghanistan and Iraq 2012
Lethal Ethnic Riots: Lessons from India and Beyond 2003
Libyan Television and Its Influence on the Security Sector 2015
The Limits of Institutional Engineering: Lessons from Iraq 2009
The Link Between DDR and SSR in Conflict-Affected Countries 2010
Macedonia: Prevention Can Work 2000
Macedonia: Understanding History, Preventing Future Conflict 2004
Make It Theirs: The Imperative of Local Ownership in Communications and Media Initiatives 2010
Making Borders Irrelevant in Kashmir 2008
Making Peace in Afghanistan: The Missing Political Strategy 2011
Mali’s Precarious Democracy and the Causes of Conflict 2013
Managing Communications:: Lessons from Interventions in Africa 1997
Managing NATO Enlargement 1997
Managing Natural Resource Wealth 2006
Mapping Peace between Syria and Israel 2009
Maritime Security Sector Reform 2012
Matriarchal and Tribal Identity, Community Resilience, and Vulnerability in South Libya 2017
Measuring Progress in Stabilization and Reconstruction 2006
Media and Conflict: Afghanistan as a Relative Success Story 2008
Media as Global Diplomat 2009
Mediating Peace with Proscribed Armed Groups 2010
Midterm Challenges in Nigeria: Elections, Parties, and Regional Conflict 2013
The Military Balance in Bosnia and Its Effect on the Prospects for Peace 1995
The Mindanao Peace Talks: Another Opportunity to Resolve the Moro Conflict in the Philippines 2005
Missed Opportunities: The Impact of DDR on SSR in Afghanistan 2011
Mitigating Media Incitement to Violence in Iraq: A Locally Driven Approach 2013
Montenegro—And More—At Risk 1999
Morocco: Betting on a Truth and Reconciliation Commission 2006
Moving Forward with the Legal Empowerment of Women in Pakistan 2012
Mullahs, Money, and Militias: How Iran Exerts Its Influence in the Middle East 2008
Multilateral Political Missions and Preventive Diplomacy 2011
Myanmar: Anatomy of a Political Transition 2015
NATO at Fifty: New Challenges, Future Uncertainties 1999
Natural Disasters as Threats to Peace 2013
The Need to Pursue Mutual Interests in U.S.-PRC Relations 2011
Negotiating with the Islamic Republic of Iran: Raising the Chances for Success—Fifteen Points to Remember 2008
Neutrality in Afghanistan’s Foreign Policy 2015
New Technologies in Constitution Making 2014
NGOs and Nonstate Armed Actors: Improving Compliance with International Norms 2011
NGOs and Peacebuilding in Bosnia's Ethnically Divided Cities 1998
NGOs and the Peace Process in Angola 1996
Nigeria’s 2007 Elections: The Fitful Path to Democratic Citizenship 2007
North Korea and the Need for a US-ROK-PRC Dialogue 2017
The North Korean Nuclear Challenge:: The Post-Kim Il Sung Phase Begins 1994
North Korea's Decline and China's Strategic Dilemmas 1997
Northern Ireland: Prospects for Progress in 2006? 2006
Oil and State Building in South Sudan: New Country, Old Industry 2011
Options for Prosecuting International Terrorists 2001
Orphans of Conflict: Caring for the Internally Displaced 2005
The Other Side of Gender: Men as Critical Agents of Change 2013
Overcoming Humanitarian Dilemmas in the DPRK (North Korea) 2002
Pakistan and the Narratives of Extremism 2013
Pakistan’s Power Crisis: The Way Forward 2015
Pandemic Preemption: A U.S. Strategy for Infectious Disease Control 2010
Peace Education in Pakistan 2017
Peacebuilding Efforts of Women from Afghanistan and Iraq: Lessons in Transition 2012
Peacekeeping in Africa 2001
Perceptions of Politically Engaged, Influential Afghans on the Way Forward 2013
Personal Transformations: Moving from Violence to Peace 2007
Police Corruption: What Past Scandals Teach about Current Challenges 2011
Police Transition in Afghanistan 2013
The Political Economy of the Kashmir Conflict: Opportunities for Economic Peacebuilding and for U.S. Policy 2004
Political Islam in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Need for a New Research and Diplomatic Agenda 2005
Political Parties in Afghanistan 2015
Political Progress in Iraq During the Surge 2007
Political Stability in Afghanistan: A 2020 Vision and Roadmap 2017
Political Trends in the African Great Lakes Region 2011
Political Violence and Democratic Uncertainty in Ethiopia 2007
The Politics of Dispute Resolution and Continued Instability in Afghanistan 2011
The Politics of Famine in North Korea 1999
The Politics of Security Sector Reform in Egypt 2012
Postconflict Iraq: A Race for Stability, Reconstruction, and Legitimacy 2004
Postgenocidal Reconciliation:: Building Peace in Rwanda and Burundi 1999
Preparing Advisers for Capacity-Building Missions 2012
Preparing for Complex Conflicts 2016
Preventing Violent Conflict: Assessing Progress, Meeting Challenges 2009
Preventing Violent Extremism in Kyrgyzstan 2014
Process Lessons Learned in Yemen’s National Dialogue 2014
Promoting Cross-LoC Trade in Kashmir: An Analysis of the Joint Chamber 2009
Promoting Middle East Democracy: European Initiatives 2004
Promoting Middle East Democracy II: Arab Initiatives 2005
Provincial Governors in Afghan Politics 2016
Provincial Reconstruction Teams: and Military Relations with International and Nongovernmental Organizations in Afghanistan 2005
Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Iraq 2007
Putting Humpty Dumpty Together:: Reconstructing Peace in the Congo 1999
Putting Peace into Practice: Can Macedonia’s New Government Meet the Challenge? 2002
Quickstep or Kadam Taal?: The Elusive Search for Peace in Jammu and Kashmir 2005
Rape in War:: Motives of Militia in DRC 2010
Realism and Pragmatism in Security Sector Development 2010
Reconciliation Strategies in Iraq 2008
Reconstruction Zones in Afghanistan and Haiti: A Way to Enhance Aid Effectiveness and Accountability 2011
Reforming Pakistan‘s Police and Law Enforcement Infrastructure: Is It Too Flawed to Fix? 2011
Refugees and IDPs after Conflict: Why They Do Not Go Home 2011
Relief, Reconciliation, and Reconstruction in Somalia — Views of Prominent Somalis 1992
Religion and Conflict in Nigeria: Countdown to the 2015 Elections 2015
Religion and Peacebuilding: Reflections on Current Challenges and Future Prospects 2012
Religion in World Affairs: Its Role in Conflict and Peace 2008
Religious Authority and the Promotion of Sectarian Tolerance in Pakistan 2014
Remembering George Kennan: Lessons for Today? 2006
Report on a USIP Consultation:: A New Approach to Peace in Sudan 1999
Resolving the Pakistan-Afghanistan Stalemate 2006
Resources Over Reform in Afghanistan: How Changes in the Political Economy Are Reshaping Local Politics 2016
Responding to Corruption and the Kabul Bank Collapse 2016
Responding to War and State Collapse in West Africa 2002
Restoring Hope:: The Real Lessons of Somalia for the Future of Intervention 1995
Rethinking Afghan Local Governance Aid After Transition 2014
Rethinking Nigeria’s Indigene-Settler Conflicts 2012
Rethinking Truth and Reconciliation Commissions: Lessons from Sierra Leone 2005
Returning Foreign Fighters and the Reintegration Imperative 2017
The Rise and Stall of the Islamic State in Afghanistan 2016
The Rise of Islamist Militancy in Bangladesh 2006
The Role of the Ambassador in Promoting U.S. Human Rights Policy Abroad 2000
The Role of Women in Global Security 2011
The Role of Women in Stabilization and Reconstruction 2006
A Rough Guide to Afghan Youth Politics 2014
Rwanda:: Accountability for War Crimes and Genocide 1995
Saudi Arabia and Iraq: Oil, Religion, and an Enduring Rivalry 2006
Scenarios for Sudan: Avoiding Political Violence Through 2011 2009
Scenarios for the Insurgency in Iraq 2006
Science Diplomacy for Nuclear Security 2011
Securing the Future: A Primer on Security Sector Reform in Conflict Countries 2008
Security Sector Reform in Tunisia: A Year after the Jasmine Revolution 2012
Security Sector Transformation in North Africa and the Middle East 2011
Security Sector Transformation in the Arab Awakening 2012
Serbia:: Democratic Alternatives 1998
Serbia and Montenegro: Reintegration, Divorce, or Something Else? 2001
Serbia at the Crossroads Again:: Can the Country Firmly Embark on the Reform Path with President Boris Tadic? 2004
Serbia Still at the Crossroads 2002
Sexual Violence and Justice in Postconflict Peru 2012
Sexual Violence, Exploitation, and Abuse: Improving Prevention Across Conflicts and Crises 2017
Sharia and Women’s Rights in Afghanistan 2014
Simulating Kosovo: Lessons for Final Status Negotiations 2002
Smart Partnerships for African Development: A New Strategic Framework 2002
Some Assembly Required: Sudan’s Comprehensive Peace Agreement 2007
South Africa:: The National Peace Accord and the International Community 1993
The South China Sea Dispute:: Prospects for Preventive Diplomacy 1996
South Sudan’s Renewable Energy Potential: A Building Block for Peace 2018
Southern Mexico:: Counterinsurgency and Electoral Politics 1999
Stakeholders of Libya’s February 17 Revolution 2012
Strategic Nonviolent Conflict: Lessons from the Past, Ideas for the Future 2002
Strategies for Promoting Democracy in Iraq 2005
Sudan:: Ending the War, Moving Talks Forward 1994
Sudan Symposium Generates Momentum for Mediation 1993
Sudanese Universities as Sites of Social Transformation 2008
Taking Stock and Looking Forward: Intervention in the Balkans and Beyond 2002
The Taliban and Afghanistan:: Implications for Regional Security and Options for International Action 1998
Talking with the Taliban: Should the Afghan Constitution Be a Point of Negotiation? 2015
Teaching about the Religious Other 2005
Temporary Courts, Permanent Records 2006
Ten Years in Afghanistan’s Pech Valley 2015
Terrorism in the Horn of Africa 2004
Thinking Out Loud:: Policies Toward Iraq 1999
Thwarting Afghanistan’s Insurgency: A Pragmatic Approach toward Peace and Reconciliation 2008
Tourism and Peacebuilding in Jammu and Kashmir 2011
Tourism in the Developing World: Promoting Peace and Reducing Poverty 2009
Toward a New Republic of Sudan 2011
Toward Peace in the Southern Philippines: A Summary and Assessment of the USIP Philippine Facilitation Project, 2003–2007 2008
Training to Help Traumatized Populations 2001
Training U.S. Army Officers for Peace Operations: Lessons from Bosnia 1999
Transatlantic Relations: in the Aftermath of Kosovo 2000
Transitional Governance: From Bullets to Ballots 2006
Trauma and Transitional Justice in Divided Societies 2005
The Treasury Approach to State-Building and Institution-Strengthening Assistance: Experience in Iraq and Broader Implications 2008
"Trialogue":: U.S.-Japan-China Relations and Asian-Pacific Stability 1998
Turkey and Iraq: The Perils (and Prospects) of Proximity 2005
Turkey’s New Engagement in Iraq: Embracing Iraqi Kurdistan 2010
The Ukraine-Russia Conflict: Signals and Scenarios for the Broader Region 2015
UN Peacekeeping in the Sahel: Overcoming New Challenges 2015
Understanding Afghanistan’s 2014 Presidential Election: The Limits to Democracy in a Limited Access Order 2015
Understanding and Countering Violent Extremism in Afghanistan 2015
Understanding and Extending the Marrakesh Declaration in Policy and Practice 2016
Understanding the Informal Security Sector in Nigeria 2016
Unfinished Business in Afghanistan: Warlordism, Reconstruction, and Ethnic Harmony 2003
Unite or Divide?: The Challenges of Teaching History in Societies Emerging from Violent Conflict 2006
The United Nations and Western Sahara: A Never-ending Affair 2006
UNSCR 1325 in the Middle East and North Africa: Women and Security 2016
The Urge to Remember: The Role of Memorials in Social Reconstruction and Transitional Justice 2007
The U.S. Contribution to Conflict Prevention, Management, and Resolution in Africa: A Report of a United States Institute of Peace Symposium 1994
The U.S. Experience with Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Afghanistan: Lessons Identified 2005
U.S. Human Rights Policy:: A 20-Year Assessment 1999
U.S. Human Rights Policy toward Africa 2001
U.S. Human Rights Policy toward Latin America 2001
U.S. Leadership in Resolving African Conflict: The Case of Ethiopia-Eritrea 2001
U.S. Negotiating Behavior 2002
U.S. Police in Peace and Stability Operations 2007
The U.S. Surge and Afghan Local Governance: Lessons for Transition 2012
USAID in Afghanistan: Challenges and Successes 2017
U.S.-China Cooperation on the Problem of Failing States and Transnational Threats 2004
Use and Abuse of Media in Vulnerable Societies 2003
Using Quantitative and Qualitative Models to Forecast Instability 2008
Using Special Envoys In High-Stakes Conflict Diplomacy 2014
Using Technology in Nonviolent Activism against Repression 2015
U.S.-Pakistan Engagement: The War on Terrorism and Beyond 2005
The War in Tajikistan Three Years On 1995
War in the Caucasus:: A Proposal for Settlement of the Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh 1994
Washington and Damascus: Between Confrontation and Cooperation 2005
What Can Be Done to Revive Afghanistan’s Economy? 2016
What Is Boko Haram? 2012
What Works?: Evaluating Interfaith Dialogue Programs 2004
What Works in Facilitated Dialogue Projects 2017
What’s Next for Security in the Niger Delta? 2013
When Should We Talk to Terrorists? 2010
Whither Peace Operations? 2008
Whither the Bulldozer?: Nonviolent Revolution and the Transition to Democracy in Serbia 2001
Who Are Iraq’s New Leaders?: What Do They Want? 2006
Who Are the Insurgents?: Sunni Arab Rebels in Iraq 2005
Who Controls Pakistan’s Security Forces? 2011
Why Do Youth Join Boko Haram? 2014
Why Sudan’s Popular Consultation Matters 2010
Why We Should Still Study the Cuban Missile Crisis 2008
Why Youth Join al-Qaeda 2010
Willing to Compromise: Palestinian Public Opinion and the Peace Process 2006
Women in Nonviolent Movements 2017
Women’s Leadership Roles in Afghanistan 2015
Would an Invasion of Iraq Be a “Just War”? 2003
Would You Fight Again?: Understanding Liberian Ex-Combatant Reintegration 2008 How Modern Terrorism Uses the Internet 2004
Youth in Rwanda and Burundi: Contrasting Visions 2011
Youth Mobilization and Political Constraints in Afghanistan: The Y Factor 2014
“Yugoslavia:”: Building Democratic Institutions 1999
Zaire's Crises of War and Governance 1997
Zimbabwe and the Politics of Torture 2002
Zimbabwe and the Prospects for Nonviolent Political Change 2003