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New Report Examines Peace in Post-Conflict Contexts

January 13, 2016

WorkingPoliticallyReportThe Asia Foundation’s conflict expert, Patrick Barron, co-authored a new report that examines how to best support peace in post-conflict contexts, and highlights a more politically informed approach to supporting peace, including examples from the Foundation’s activities in the Philippines, Myanmar, and Nepal. This is the fourth paper in the Working Politically in Practice paper series, and can be downloaded here. Barron also wrote for the Diplomat this week on the 2015 Global Terrorism Index and lessons from Thailand and the Philippines.


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