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International Crisis Group (ICG)

The Brussels-based International Crisis Group (ICG) is an independent, non-profit, multinational organization, with over 80 staff on five continents, working through field-based analysis and high-level advocacy to prevent and resolve deadly conflict. ICG's approach is grounded in field research. Teams of political analysts are located within or close by countries at risk of outbreak, escalation or recurrence of violent conflict. Based on information and assessments from the field, ICG produces regular analytical reports containing practical recommendations targeted at key international decision-takers.

 Website: www.crisisgroup.org
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China's Central Asia Problem

27 February 2013 | Publisher: International Crisis Group (ICG) | Document type: Country Reports

Salvaging Guinea's elections?

27 February 2013 | Publisher: International Crisis Group (ICG) | Document type: Country News

Bosnia's Dangerous Tango: Islam and Nationalism

26 February 2013 | Publisher: International Crisis Group (ICG) | Document type: Country Reports

Spider Web: The Making and Unmaking of Iran Sanctions

25 February 2013 | Publisher: International Crisis Group (ICG) | Document type: Country Reports

Sri Lanka's Authoritarian Turn: The Need for International Action

20 February 2013 | Publisher: International Crisis Group (ICG) | Document type: Country News

Serbia and Kosovo: The Path to Normalisation

19 February 2013 | Publisher: International Crisis Group (ICG) | Document type: Country Reports

Guinée : sortir du bourbier électoral

18 February 2013 | Publisher: International Crisis Group (ICG) | Document type: Country News

Sudan's Spreading Conflict (I): War in South Kordofan

14 February 2013 | Publisher: International Crisis Group (ICG) | Document type: Country Reports

Tunisia: Violence and the Salafi Challenge

13 February 2013 | Publisher: International Crisis Group (ICG) | Document type: Country Reports

Local Governments after the Conflict: The Potential Pitfalls of a Centralised Peace Process

7 February 2013 | Publisher: International Crisis Group (ICG) | Document type: Country News

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