Tag: civil war

Animal Displacement from Syria: A Story Yet to be Written

Estella Carpi , April 7th, 2021


During the Syrian war, which has now raged for a decade, the attention of scholars, media commentators and activists has primarily focused on human displacement. More than 60%…


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In the Journals – Conflict and Captivity

allisontedesco , August 10th, 2020


POW release to UN authorities was the first step in repatriation. Here, communists turn over UN troops at the POW receiving center at Panmunjon, on the border of…


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Trump’s Coup in Venezuela

Maximilian C. Forte , January 25th, 2019


Last year in our final report on 2018, we closed with this warning: “one of the things we must all look out for then are the prospects of…


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Ethnic Refuge

Alexandra Frankel , June 16th, 2017


South Sudanese refugees reshape institutional and social spaces into “ethnic refuges” that resist assimilation and promote community well-being. This article is part of the Maintaining Refuge series. …


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Crisis, ISIS, Synthesis: Where is Libya Going?

Maximilian Forte , February 24th, 2016


Just as the pace of subjecting Libya to a new phase of international discipline quickens, the elites of the small club of recolonizing powers that nominate themselves “the…


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The Shape of Things to Come in Libya (Part 2 of 2)

Maximilian Forte , February 22nd, 2016


A New World Recolonization Hillary Rodham Clinton, US Secretary of State, March 20, 2011, to Jeffrey D. Feltman: “Can we get a statement from the Libyan opposition…w [with]…


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The Libyan Disaster: This Time Imperialism Pretends Anti-Interventionism

Maximilian Forte , January 11th, 2015


When it was still called the Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (Al-Jamahiriya al-arabiya al-Libiya al-sha’abiya al-ishtirakiya), and Col. Muammar Gaddafi was still the de facto head of state,…


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The Rise of the Mozambican Democratic Movement

Human Economy Blog , February 26th, 2014


By José Adalima Mozambique often features as an example of successful transition from war to peace. The peace agreement was signed in 1992, after sixteen years of civil…


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