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The Arab Council for the Social Sciences Launches Inaugural Report

An inaugural report released by the ACSS uncovers a "silent revolution of knowledge production" in the Arab Region.

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An Analytical Approach to Peacebuilding

The Everyday Peace Indicators (EPI) project gauges “early warning” signs and indicators of local peace and security based on the perception of those living in the affected communities.

 

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Five Questions: Russia’s Goals in Syria and Ukraine

Five Questions: Russia’s Goals in Syria and Ukraine

Rajan Menon is the Anne and Bernard Spitzer Chair in Political Science at the City College of New York, and the author of The Conceit of Humanitarian InterventionHe spoke with Carnegie Corporation’s Eugene Scherbakov about recent Russian actions in Syria, the state of U.S.-Russia relations and the way forward in Ukraine.

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Social Sciences in the Arab Region: Five Years after the Arab Uprisings

Social Sciences in the Arab Region: Five Years after the Arab Uprisings

The Arab Council for the Social Sciences (ACSS), based in Beirut, is launching the first comprehensive report discussing the state of social sciences in the Arab region titled, Social Sciences in the Arab World: Forms of Presence. The report builds valuable knowledge about the social sciences in the region’s universities and research centers, and highlights specific issues of priority for Arab social scientists.

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