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Rwanda
Rwanda

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Le Tribunal P´┐Żnal International pour le Rwanda: Pragmatisme de Rigueur
27 September 2003


General
General

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"Waging War and Making Peace"
2003 Annual Hawke Lecture by Gareth Evans. Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, University of South Australia, Adelaide (Australia)

18 September 2003

The security problems we have left are very big ones indeed; they are, if anything, growing; and our capacity to deal with them is, if anything, diminishing. There are some big things going wrong, both in terms of risks on the ground and in the way in which we as a global community are dealing with them.


Terrorism
Terrorism

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"Why the war on terror is not going well: Two years later"
Comment by Gareth Evans in the International Herald Tribune

11 September 2003

The global war on terror that has been waged since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, is not going brilliantly well. Osama bin Laden is still alive, and Al Qaeda is down but not out, its offshoots and affiliates in Southeast Asia and elsewhere damaged but certainly not destroyed.


Arab-Israeli Conflict
Arab-Israeli Conflict

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"Ditch the Road Map. Just Get There, Already"
Comment by Hussein Agha and Robert Malley in The Washington Post

7 September 2003

The current Israeli-Palestinian peace process relies on a step-by-step approach, which is destined to fail. Moreover, its goal is final status negotiations, which are unlikely to succeed.


Indonesia
Indonesia

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"Indonesia faces more terror"
Comment by Sidney Jones in the International Herald Tribune.

29 August 2003

JAKARTA Jemaah Islamiyah, the Indonesia-based organization responsible for the Bali bombings last October, is alive, if not well. The bombing of the Marriott Hotel in Jakarta on Aug. 5 showed that it could still strike at the heart of a major capital city. The arrest in Thailand a week later of Riduan Isamuddin, better known as Hambali, a key link between Jemaah Islamiyah and Al Qaeda, may have been a major blow, but Jemaah Islamiyah does not depend on a single man.