Past News

18 April 2018

r4d project receives attention in the Ghanaian media

During its first in-country meeting convened in Ghana last month, a variety of local news and media outlets picked up on the aims and ambitions of the CCDP project entitled “Curbing Illicit Financial Flows...

12 April 2018

Pathways for Peace: how can we prevent violent conflict?

On 9 April, the Inclusive Peace and Transition Initiative (IPTI) at the Graduate Institute in Geneva, the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF), and the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform...

19 March 2018

Joint Europe-Latin America Network on Violence, Security, and...

Building on their joint participation at the 2018 annual congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), the CCDP, together with the LSE's Latin America and Caribbean Centre and the Institute...

12 March 2018

Security and “security studies”

In “Security and ‘Security Studies’: Conceptual Evolution and Historical Transformation”, his contribution to the Oxford Handbook of International Security (Oxford University Press), Keith Krause, Professor...

24 January 2018

What can we learn from a Cold War “walk in the woods”?

On 16 July 1982, when Paul Nitze and Yuli Kvitsinsky, the American and Soviet arms control negotiators, went for a walk in the woods near Geneva, it became a singular moment in the Cold War, according...