By Michael Mulqueen,Deborah Sanders,Ian Speller
By Michael Mulqueen,Deborah Sanders,Ian Speller
By Clement Guitton
By Jeffrey A. Larsen,Kerry M. Kartchner
By Margaret A. Zahn,Henry H. Brownstein,Shelly L. Jackson
By Anthony H. Cordesman,Steven Colley
By Gregory Sanders,Jesse Ellman
By Shami Chakrabarti
A robust, pressing and well timed polemic on why ladies nonetheless want equality, and the way we get there
Gender injustice is the best human rights abuse on this planet. It blights First and constructing worlds; wealthy and bad girls. Gender injustice affects health and wellbeing, wealth, schooling, illustration, chance and safety far and wide. it truly is no exaggeration to explain the placement of ladies as an apartheid, however it isn't really constrained to 1 kingdom or historic interval. For this historical and carrying on with unsuitable is millennial in period and worldwide in achieve. basically radical strategies also can scratch its floor. notwithstanding, the prize is a smart one: the collateral merits to peace, prosperity, sustainability and basic human happiness are in all probability huge, immense. All this simply because we're all interconnected and all males are of ladies too.
By Stephen Bryen,Shoshana Bryen,Rachel Ehrenfeld,Norman Saunders
Written by way of Stephen Bryen with articles co-authored via Shoshana Bryen, Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld and Rear Admiral Norman T. Saunders, those demanding hitting articles may still end up invaluable for high coverage makers and for trained voters and scholars.
Dr. Stephen Bryen has 50 years of expertise in academia, executive and and is a professional on safeguard process and expertise.
He has served as an Assistant Professor of presidency at Lehigh collage, as Senior employees Director of the U.S. Senate overseas family Committee, because the government Director of a grass roots political association, because the head of the Jewish Institute for nationwide safety Affairs, because the Deputy lower than Secretary of safety for exchange safeguard coverage, because the founder and primary director of the safeguard know-how defense management, because the President of Delta Tech Inc., because the President of Finmeccanica North the USA (now Leonardo), and as a Commissioner of the U.S. China defense assessment fee. furthermore Dr. Bryen is the writer of 3 significant books on nationwide safety and booklet segments and introductions, in addition to numerous articles in specialist and well known journals.
Dr. Bryen at the moment is a Senior Fellow on the American middle for Democracy. he's a Senior Fellow and Board Member of Il Nodo di Gordio (The Gordian Knot), a huge Italian imagine tank excited about geopolitics, and of the Taiwan Institute for monetary, Social and Political stories. furthermore, Dr. Bryen is at the Board of administrators of the U.S. Israel Bi-National technology Foundation.
Shoshana Bryen is a senior director on the Jewish coverage middle in Washington DC.
Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld is a well-published writer and founder and head of the yankee heart for Democracy.
Rear Admiral Norman T. Saunders (US Coast safeguard, Retired) is a technique specialist concentrating on naval security.
By Andrew Robertson,Steve Olson,National Academy of Engineering,United States Institute of Peace
Technology has revolutionized many facets of recent existence, from how companies function, to how humans get info, to how international locations salary conflict. yes applied sciences specifically, together with not just cellphones and the web but in addition satellites, drones, and sensors of assorted varieties, are reworking the paintings of mitigating clash and development peaceable societies. swift raises within the services and availability of electronic applied sciences have placed robust communications units within the arms of many of the world's population.
These applied sciences let one-to-one and one-to-many flows of data, connecting humans in clash settings to members and teams outdoor these settings and, conversely, linking humanitarian firms to humans threatened by means of violence. Communications inside teams have additionally intensified and diverse because the team participants use new applied sciences to interchange textual content, pictures, video, and audio. tracking and research of the move and content material of this data can yield insights into how violence may be avoided or mitigated. during this means applied sciences and the ensuing details can be utilized to observe and examine, or feel, imminent clash or advancements in ongoing conflict.
On October eleven, 2012, the nationwide Academy of Engineering (NAE) and the us Institute of Peace (USIP) held a workshop in Washington, DC, to spot "major possibilities and impediments to delivering greater real-time details to actors at once excited by occasions which may result in lethal violence." The workshop introduced jointly specialists in expertise, specialists in peacebuilding, and those that have labored on the intersections of these fields at the purposes of know-how in clash settings, to think about makes use of of know-how to feel rising and ongoing conflicts and supply details and analyses that may be used to avoid violent and lethal clash. Sensing and Shaping rising Conflicts: document of a Joint Workshop of the nationwide Academy of Engineering and the USA Institute of Peace: Roundtable on know-how, technology, and Peacebuilding summarizes the workshop.
By Michael Green,Kathleen Hicks,Mark F. Cancian