‘Stabilization’ and UN Peace Operations

The term 'stabilization' has been frequently used by the UN. But what exactly does the term mean in the UN context and does its use denote a shift in the practice of the UN? Read more

Children and Conflict: An Interview with Katrina Lee-Koo

Katrina Lee-Koo discusses how children both struggle within and shape conflict zones. Read more

Protecting Civilians: An Interview with Cecilia Jacob

Cecilia Jacob discusses the evolution of the protection of civilians and the key challenges facing the norm today. Read more

Sons of the Soil Conflicts

Sons of the soil conflicts are a global issue. It is vital that policymakers and scholars of international politics understand the character, causes and consequences of these conflicts. Read more

Reforming Security After Conflict: An Interview with Paul Jackson

Professor Paul Jackson discusses the concept of security sector reform. Read more

Complex Climate Emergencies and the UN Security Council

Although the UN Security Council has paid greater attention to issues of climate security in recent years, when and how it might act if called upon to do so by member states remains an open question. Read more

Maritime Security: An Interview with Ioannis Chapsos

Ioannis Chapsos discusses the concept maritime security, the drivers behind maritime insecurity and the need to enhance maritime security governance. Read more