November 2010
Future Times;2010, Vol. 4, p15
The section discusses various articles on peace, war and world affairs as of 2010. The article "Decoding the New Taliban: Insights From the Afghan Field," by A. Guistozzi, examines local leadership and society in the Taliban. The article written by M. Ahtisaari in the November 2009 issue of "Conflict Mediation" examines successful conflict resolutions processes in Aceh and Kosovo. S. O'Neill wrote an article which appeared in the July/August 2010 issue of "Foreign Affairs" regarding the drug cartel-based violence in Mexico.


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