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Cover Title Author(s) Date of publication
'Hungry for Climate Action' at Durban Climate Conference. Source: Oxfam Internat Food Security and Climate Change Paul Rogers 30 July 2012
ORG Comment: The Struggle Against the Toxic Politics of Casualty Numbers in Syria Hana Salama 14 July 2012
Mali: The Risk of Intervention Paul Rogers 29 June 2012
LRA Crisis Tracker Map, Source: The Resolve Video: Casualty Recording, United Nations, and the Protection of Civilians Elizabeth Minor 27 July 2012
Osama Sticker on a Wall, Curitiba, Brasil. Photo Credit: Mathieu Struck The Current Status of al-Qaida Paul Rogers 1 May 2012
Climate Change: Drivers of Insecurity and the Global South Climate Change: Drivers of Insecurity and the Global South Hannah Brock 1 June 2012
Scilla Elworthy TEDx Talk: How Do I Deal with a Bully, Without Becoming a Thug? Oxford Research Group 1 May 2012
ORG Op-ed: Iran Nuclear Talks - Signs of Cautious Optimism Emerge (re-published from the Guardian) Gabrielle Rifkind 1 May 2012
PRESS RELEASE: How to Break the Deadlock on Iran’s Nuclear Impasse - New Report from Oxford Research Group (ORG) Oxford Research Group 1 May 2012
Iran’s Nuclear Impasse: Breaking the Deadlock Eskandar Sadeghi-Boroujerdi, Gabrielle Rifkind, Paul Ingram 1 May 2012
Ahmed Rashid Portrait, Source Penguin Speakers Bureau ORG in Conversation: Ahmed Rashid on Pakistan (Audio Interview) Oxford Research Group 1 May 2012
Pakistani Army, Source: Firstpost.com ORG Liddite Conversation: Pakistan on a Precipice? Oxford Research Group 1 May 2012
Talking Behind Closed Doors Talking Behind Closed Doors: Managing Macedonia's Ethnic Tensions Chris Langdon 1 May 2012
Boko Haram Nigeria: The Generic Context of the Boko Haram Violence Paul Rogers 1 April 2012
What are the Implications of the Financial Crisis for Peace and Security? Oxford Research Group 1 April 2012
Syria protester: Isn't it too late to negotiate? ORG Liddite on Syria: The Answer is Dialogue Chris Langdon and Vera Evertz 1 March 2012
ORG Comment on Iran: Building the Trust to Talk Oxford Research Group 1 April 2012
A New Approach to Iran? Gabrielle Rifkind 1 June 2011
The Potential for Israeli Military Action against Iran’s Nuclear Facilities Paul Rogers 1 March 2012
The Political Context of the Iran Crisis Paul Rogers 1 February 2012