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Post-Qaddafi Instability in Libya

Post-Qaddafi Instability in Libya

Author: Daniel Serwer

Public disorder and instability in Libya could emerge if the Qaddafi regime falls. The United States should support a stabilization effort to prevent the potential consequences of regime failure.

See more in Libya; Conflict Prevention

Justice Beyond The Hague

Justice Beyond The Hague

Author: David Kaye

Recognizing the limitations of current international systems based in The Hague, David A. Kaye provides a strategy for promoting national-level justice and accountability mechanisms to prosecute perpetrators of mass atrocity crimes.

See more in Courts and Tribunals

Crisis in the Congo

Crisis in the Congo

Author: Joshua Marks

Electoral instability and insurrectionary violence may once again afflict the Democratic Republic of Congo. Joshua Marks of the National Endowment for Democracy proposes steps the United States can take to prevent these scenarios from occurring and, if they occur, mitigate their potential consequences.

See more in Elections; Congo, Democratic Republic of

Doubts About Capital Controls

Doubts About Capital Controls

Author: Francis E. Warnock

China's policy of holding down the value of its currency and monetary easing in the United States have led to large capital inflows into emerging economies. Although consensus in emerging markets has formed around capital controls, Francis E. Warnock challenges their underlying assumptions.

See more in International Finance; Monetary Policy; Global

Cyberspace Governance: The Next Step

Cyberspace Governance: The Next Step

Author: Adam Segal

CFR Senior Fellow Adam Segal argues that the United States should shape rules for the virtual world through informal multilateralism rather than formal negotiations, reaching out to allies and other powers, as well as private corporations and nongovernmental organizations.

See more in Cybersecurity