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Violence and exiting violence in Mediterranean and sub-Saharan Africa

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 17/04/2019

In order to protect the civilian population, the international community is often compelled to intervene in internal conflict. However, do external actors have the power to shape rebel behavior? Can non-coercive, non-violent efforts make a difference?

This presentation features work undertaken on persuasion as a mechanism by which diplomacy could influence rebel groups to limit their use of violence against civilians.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 11/04/2019

International panel for exiting violence 2

The International Panel on Exiting Violence (IPEV) brings together an international community of researchers in order to construct “exiting violence” as a new field of study. Composed of thematic working groups, this panel aims to produce both knowledge and recommendations for policy makers and civil society. Launched in 2017, the first phase of the Panel produced a report that will be published in the second half of 2019.

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Discover the program of seminars, conferences and events of the Collège d'études mondiales from January to March 2019:

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 08/04/2019
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Alexander Agadjanian

Born in Moscow Alexander Agadjanian got PhD in the Institute of Oriental Studies (Russian Academy of Sciences) and then worked as researcher in the same institution; later taught at Arizona State University and then at the Russian State University of the Humanities,  Moscow, where he is now Professor at the Center for the Study of religion (http://religion.rsuh.ru/center-eng/).  He has been at a few international projects studying Eastern Orthodox Christianity in Russia and religious developments in the Caucasus.

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