Peace Industrial Complex

Chronicling the quiet revolution

Women Mastering Trade Rules

By David South, Development Challenges, South-South Solutions SOUTH-SOUTH CASE STUDY Market trading is a vital lifeline for most people in the South. Plenty of delights usually await people in the market, where live animals, herbs and spices, fresh fruits and vegetables, and life’s necessities compete for customers’ money. The formal and informal food sector plays a […]

Web 2.0 to the Rescue! Using Web and Text to Beat Shortages in Africa

By David South, Development Challenges, South-South Solutions SOUTH-SOUTH CASE STUDY The beep-beep of a received text on a mobile phone is now becoming a much-needed lifeline to Africans. Zimbabweans, who continue to struggle every day with inflation that has shot to 3,731 percent (Zimbabwe Central Statistical Office), have usd African ingenuity and 21st century technology to […]

Peacekeeping, Peacemaking, R2P (Responsibility to Protect)

1990s

Top Reporters Offer Military Media Handling Tips

Aid Organization Gives Overseas Hungry Diet Food: Diet Giant Slim-Fast Gets Tax Write-Off For Donating Products

Somali Killings Reveal Ugly Side Of Elite Regiment

Does the UN know what it’s doing?

Peaceniks Questioning Air-Raid Strategy In Bosnia

State Of Decay: Haiti Turns To Free-Market Economics And The UN To Save Itself

Opinion: Canada is allowing U.S. to dictate Haiti’s renewal: More news and opinion on what the UN soldiers call the “Haitian Vacation”

U.S. Elections Update: Clinton is using Canada to keep control of Haiti

A Partnership For Progress: UNDP In Mongolia 1997

Starting From Scratch: The Challenge Of Transition

UNDP Travelling Seminar: Environment and Development | Mongolia 1998

Freedom Of Expression: Introducing Investigative Journalism To Local Media In Mongolia 1999

CASE STUDY 4: UN + UNDP Mongolia | 1997 – 1999

2000s

Mobile Phone Peacekeeping


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