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A biannual magazine, Intersections highlights news and projects from The Hague Institute and features expert analysis on topics related to peace, security and justice.
•Column: ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda
•Interview: Admiral (ret) James Stavridis
•Current Work: Global Governance Reform Initiative
•Convening Power: Distinguished Speaker Series
•Migration: Peter D. Sutherland
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Summer 2013 | Inaugural Edition:
•Column: Dr. Madeleine K. Albright
•Interview: Dr. Abiodun Williams
•Peace Palace Centenary: A Tradition of More Than 100 Years
•Convening Power: Three New Initiatives
•Resource Sustainability: Dick Benschop
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The Hague Approach Principles
The Hague Approach comprises six guiding principles for achieving sustainable peace. The principles are practical and accessible recommendations for policy-makers. They draw on empirical evidence from peacebuilding experiences to identify points that need attention.
Promoting the Rule of Law in Peacebuilding: Lessons from Afghanistan and Iraq
This report is a comparative study of rule of law efforts within the context of peacebuilding in Afghanistan and Iraq in the past decade. It elucidates the challenges international and local actors faced in both countries.
Policy briefs are short, policy-relevant reports. They offer policymakers, practitioners, scholars and the interested public research from experts, lessons learned, and solutions to challenges covered by The Hague Institute.