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2017
Austin, Beatrix. 2017. Dealing With The Past. Supporting People-Centred “Working-Through” The Legacies Of Violence. Berghof Policy Brief 06/2017. Berghof Policy Brief 06/2017. Berlin: Berghof Foundation.
2016
Bayer, Markus, Felix S Bethke, and Daniel Lambach. 2016. The Democratic Dividend Of Nonviolent Resistance. Journal Of Peace Research 53 (6). Journal Of Peace Research.
2013
N.N. 2013. The Dark Side Of Transition: Violence Against Muslims In Myanmar. International Crisis Group Asia Report N°251. International Crisis Group Asia Report N°251. International Crisis Group. http://www.crisisgroup.org/en.aspx.
Fischer, Martina, and Ljubinka Petrović-Ziemer. 2013. Dealing With The Past In The Western Balkans. Berghof-Report No.18. Berghof-Report No.18. Berlin: Berghof Foundation. http://www.berghof-foundation.org/en/.
2012
N.N. 2012. Defending The Rights Of Others. Presentations From A Symposium On Civil Courage. Presentations From A Symposium On Civil Courage. Uppsala: Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation.
N.N. 2012. The Devil Is In The Detail. The Importance Of Comprehensive And Legally Binding Criteria For Arms Transfers. Oxfam Briefing. The Importance Of Comprehensive And Legally Binding Criteria For Arms Transfers. Oxfam Briefing. Oxfam. www.oxfam.org.
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Ghannam, Jeffrey. 2012. Digital Media In The Arab World One Year After The Revolutions. Report To The Center For International Media Assistance (Cima). Report To The Center For International Media Assistance (Cima). Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA). http://cima.ned.org/publications/digital-media-arab-world-one-year-after-revolutions?utm_source=Report+Release+-+Arab+Spring+Anniversary&utm_campaign=Afghanistan&utm_medium=email.
N.N. 2012. Dismantling Colombia’s New Illegal Armed Groups: Lessons From A Surrender. Crisisgroup Latin America Report N°41. Crisisgroup Latin America Report N°41. Bogotá/Brussels: International Crisis Group. http://www.crisisgroup.org/en.aspx.

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