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Congratulations to Annette Idler who is the winner of the Early Career Innovator category in the Vice-Chancellor Innovation Awards for her work on rethinking conflict to build peace. She was also Highly Commended in the Inspiring Leadership category.

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Dr Idler discusses illicit trade and conflict at the Global Illicit Trade Summit

7th Nov 2018

Dr Annette Idler, Senior Research Fellow at DPIR and Pembroke College, and Director of Studies at the Changing Character of War Centre (CCW), participated in The Economist’s Global Illicit Trade Summit in Abu Dhabi, where she discussed “the changing dynamic of modern warfare and its connection with the booming trade in bootleg markets,” as reported by The National.

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2018 Cyril Foster Lecture: New New Civil Wars

25th May 2018

Prof Barbara Walter of UC San Diego delivered the 2018 Cyril Foster Lecture on 'The New New Civil Wars' on 17 May at the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford.

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Richard Caplan and Andrea Ruggeri present research at African Union HQ

19th Oct 2017

Richard Caplan and Andrea Ruggeri were among researchers invited to present their research at the African Union Conference Center in Addis Ababa on 9 October at a workshop titled ‘Peace Operations: New Directions for Turbulent Times’.

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Richard Caplan has written an article for e-International Relations (20 July) entitled ‘Studying Conflict and Practicing Peacebuilding’, about the relationship between the study of conflict and the actual practice of peacebuilding.

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Annette Idler talks about the disarmament of Colombia’s FARC rebels

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Annette Idler has appeared on BBC World Service’s ‘Newsday’ programme (20 June) to discuss what seem to be the closing stages of the peace deal between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia—People's Army, known as the FARC.

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Richard Caplan asks: how effective is UN peacekeeping?

7th Jun 2017

Richard Caplan has written a blog article (1 June) for the website of EU-CIVCAP (a Horizon 2020 project led out of the University of Bristol’s Global Insecurities Centre) entitled ‘How effective is UN peacekeeping?’.

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Annette Idler has made numerous media appearances commenting on the 'No' vote in the Colombian plebiscite on a peace deal with the FARC rebels.

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