Keyword Archives: terrorism
This paper by Paul Fishstein and Andrew Wilder presents findings from research conducted by FIC in five provinces of Afghanistan between July 2008 and January 2010 on the relationship between aid projects and security.
This new briefing paper explores the policy and operational implications of the current crises and the challenges to humanitarian action in Somalia. It examines how international state-building and counterterrorism objectives in Somalia have compromised the ability of international humanitarian actors to assist and protect vulnerable populations.
This report informs the background to the current crisis in Uganda and discussions about whether local and international policy-makers should rely primarily on military force to protect civilians from the ongoing threat posed by the LRA.
In Nepal, the study’s four themes, and the perceptions of local communities related to them, come together in different ways than the other case studies.
Text of a presentation given to the Norwegian Refugee Council.