Category Archives: Sarah Silverman

Insurgency Defectors: Dangers and Deradicalization Processes

BY SARAH SILVERMAN The continuous contemporary news cycle alerts us daily to the mass violence and destruction carried out by radical and extreme violent insurgent groups, and the far reaching flow on effects. Groups such as the self-proclaimed Islamic State (ISIS) in the Middle East, Boko Haram in West Africa, and al-Shabab in East Africa, […]

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Kenya and Nigeria Struggle with Increasing Numbers of Internally Displaced

BY SARAH SILVERMAN As a result of ongoing and deep-seated conflicts – particularly those in the Middle East and Africa — internal displacement is at the highest level the world has ever seen. With over 11 million newly internally displaced persons (IDPs) in 2014, there were a reported 38 million IDPs globally by the end […]

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#FFP's Fragile States Index #FSI was highlighted in @Lauren_Risi's recent article as a key indicator for assessing the role environmental factors can play in impacting global fragility. Read here: #climatechange #USGlobalFragilityStrategy

New U.S. Global Fragility Strategy Recognizes Environmental Issues as Key to Stability

This article by Lauren Herzer Risi originally appeared on New Security Beat We are cross-posting this article from our colleagues at New Security Beat...

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