The Cross-Border Conflict Evidence, Policy and Trends (XCEPT) research program examines conflict-affected borderlands, how conflicts connect across borders, and the factors that shape violent and peaceful behavior to inform effective policy responses.
Controversies and Challenges of Peacebuilding in Nineveh: Revisiting Post-IS Reconciliation in Iraq .
Technical Brief | January 14, 2023
Research completed by King's College London under a Chemonics-led programme.
This policy briefing note highlights principles for better embedding international and federal support for post-conflict social recovery within the local context.
Please find the briefing paper linked here.