The Hague Institute researchers Tessa Alleblas and Eamon Aloyo in collaboration with Global Public Policy Institute researchers Sarah Brockmeier and Philipp Rotmann, and Mount Holyoke College Professor Jon Western, have conducted an overview and assessment of the Obama Administration’s efforts in this comprehensive report. It discusses nine case studies (Burundi, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Kenya, Libya, Myanmar, South Sudan, and Syria) and addresses what can be done to improve atrocity prevention policies.

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